42 books that I intend to read eventually.

Taleb introduces the Hayekian and almost taoistic metaphor of the anti-library: A library of the books you haven't read, of the things you don't know. A massive collection of unknowledge, the anti-library contains all the books that may still change your life.
— Bjørn Stærk | lessons from the antilibrary
  • Equal Partners (2022, St. Martin's Press)

    Equal Partners

    Improving Gender Equality at Home

    Kate Mangino

  • Apple II Age (2023, University of Chicago Press)

    Apple II Age

    How the Computer Became Personal

    Laine Nooney

  • Nine rivers from Jordan (1953, D, Verschoyle)

    Nine rivers from Jordan

    the chronicle of a journey and a search.

    Johnston, Denis

  • Basic computer games (1978, Workman Pub.)

    Basic computer games

    David H. Ahl, Steve North

  • How To (2020, Hodder & Stoughton)

    How To

    The Sunday Times Bestseller

    Randall Munroe

  • Turing's Cathedral (2012, Penguin Books, Limited)

    Turing's Cathedral

    The Origins of the Digital Universe

    George Dyson

  • New Dark Age (Hardcover, 2018, Verso)

    New Dark Age

    Technology and the end of the future

    James Bridle

  • A People's History of Computing in the United States (2018)

    A People's History of Computing in the United States

    Joy Lisi Rankin

  • Life in Code (2018, Picador)

    Life in Code

    A Personal History of Technology

    Ellen Ullman

  • Game Engine Black Book : DOOM (Paperback, 2019, Independently published)

    Game Engine Black Book : DOOM


    fabien sanglard

  • The Pebbles on the Beach (Paperback, 2019, Faber & Faber)

    The Pebbles on the Beach

    Clarence Ellis

  • Computer spacegames (1982, Usborne)

    Computer spacegames

    Daniel Isaaman

  • Social Warming (2022, Oneworld Publications)

    Social Warming

    The Dangerous and Polarising Effects of Social Media

    Charles Arthur

  • Anaximander (2023, Penguin Books, Limited)


    And the Nature of Science

    Carlo Rovelli

  • Simply Artificial Intelligence (Hardcover, 2023, Kindersley Ltd., Dorling)

    Simply Artificial Intelligence


  • Racing the Beam (2020, MIT Press)

    Racing the Beam

    The Atari Video Computer System

    Ian Bogost, Nick Montfort

  • Cadillac Desert (Paperback, 2001, Pimlico)

    Cadillac Desert

    The American West and its disappearing water

    Marc Reisner

  • Ten Things about Writing

    Build Your Story, One Word at a Time

    Joanne Harris

  • On Editing (Paperback, 2018, Teach Yourself)

    On Editing

    How to Edit with Confidence and Elevate your Writing

    Helen Bryant

  • Write It All Down

    How to Put Your Life on the Page

    Cathy Rentzenbrink

  • Light Ages (2021, Penguin Books, Limited)

    Light Ages

    A Medieval Journey of Discovery

    Seb Falk

  • Internet for the People (Paperback, 2021, Verso Books)

    Internet for the People

    Ben Tarnoff

  • We (1993)


    Yevgeny Zamyatin

  • DimensionX (1974, Coronet)


    two novellas

    Damon Knight

  • Trader to the stars (1964, Doubleday)

    Trader to the stars

    Poul Anderson

  • Secret Lives of the Elements (2021, Quercus)

    Secret Lives of the Elements

    Kathryn Harkup

  • Elementary (2021, O'Mara Books, Limited, Michael)


    The Periodic Table Explained

    James M. Russell

  • The Dorito Effect (Paperback, 2016, Simon & Schuster)

    The Dorito Effect

    The Surprising New Truth About Food and Flavor

    Mark Schatzker

  • Winnie-the-Pooh on Management (1995, Methuen)

    Winnie-the-Pooh on Management

    In Which a Very Important Bear and His Friends are Introduced to a Very Important Subject

    Roger E. Allen

  • The Filter Bubble (2011, Penguin Press)

    The Filter Bubble

    What the Internet is Hiding From You

    Eli Pariser

  • Digital Minimalism (2019, Portfolio)

    Digital Minimalism

    Choosing a Focused Life in a Noisy World

    Cal Newport

  • The Promise of Access (2021, MIT Press)

    The Promise of Access

    Technology, Inequality, and the Political Economy of Hope

    Daniel Greene

  • What Tech Calls Thinking (2020, FSG Originals)

    What Tech Calls Thinking

    An Inquiry into the Intellectual Bedrock of Silicon Valley

    Adrian Daub

  • Blockchain Chicken Farm (2020, Farrar, Straus & Giroux)

    Blockchain Chicken Farm

    And Other Stories of Tech in China's Countryside

    Xiaowei Wang

  • Geometry, relativity, and the fourth dimension (1977, Dover Publications)

    Geometry, relativity, and the fourth dimension

    Rudy Rucker

  • Pollution Is Colonialism (Paperback, 2021, Duke University Press)

    Pollution Is Colonialism

    Max Liboiron

  • A Field Guide to Lies and statistics (2018, Penguin Books, Limited)

    A Field Guide to Lies and statistics

    Critical Thinking in the Information Age

    Daniel J. Levitin

  • Reality Is Not What It Seems (2017, Penguin)

    Reality Is Not What It Seems

    The journey to Quantum Gravity

    Carlo Rovelli

  • Hyperspace (2001, OUP Oxford)


    A Scientific Odyssey through Parallel Universes, Time Warps, and the Tenth Dimension

    Michio Kaku

  • Games for your Atari. (1983, Virgin Books)

    Games for your Atari.

    £££££'s of entertaining games for only £2.95

    Paul Bunn

  • The People Vs. Tech (2018, Penguin Random House)

    The People Vs. Tech

    How the internet is killing democracy (and how we save it)

    J. Bartlett

  • Game playing with BASIC (1977, Hayden Book Co.)

    Game playing with BASIC

    Donald D. Spencer

This books page layout was inspired by the books pages of Dave Rupert, Mark Llobrera, Søren Birkemeyer and Derek Shirk. I originally got the idea for a books page from Maggie Appleton and her Antilibrary. The first version of this page was inspired by Cox Chapman's Books page.