Antisocial, Andrew Marantz
“I'm finally getting around to Antisocial by Andrew Marantz. Though the book came out nearly a year ago, its exploration of hate speech, misinformation on social media, and Silicon Valley's “techno-utopian” world view feels as timely as ever.
Rodham, Curtis Sittenfeld
I always have fiction on my nightstand. Right now I'm reading Rodham by former Fast Company writer Curtis Sittenfeld, in which she imagines Hillary Clinton’s life if she never married Bill.
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Robert Louis Stevenson
This summer my family tried to do a book club. Our first (and only) book was The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson. The discussions got surprisingly heated, but I was really impressed with how carefully my teenagers read the text.”