By @SimonCocking, title image from pixabay here. Reading is a great way to dive a little deeper into ideas, concepts and to think about things without the distractions of notifications and status updates. Here are some books that we enjoyed, reviewed by a variety of our team. Enjoy, and whenever possible, grab a moment, read offline, and welcome to send us your reviews too. See another 42 books we’ve reviewed here.

Everyday Innovation, review and interview with author, Hugh Henry, Head of Innovation and R&D Bord na Móna

The Misfit Economy, lessons in creativity from pirates, hackers, gangsters and other informal entrepreneurs

The Frugal Innovator by Charles Leadbeater, inspiration for businesses in 2016

Atlantic Light reviewed. The challenges of photographing the Irish Wild Atlantic Way

“How to crack the Web Summit” eBook Review

Barry M Katz’s Make It New: The History of Silicon Valley Design, reviewed by Alan Dargan

The Pitch Coach by Catherine Moonan reviewed

Future crimes and the dark side of technology, reviewed by Ron Immink

“Social Media for your student and graduate job search” by Marielle Kelly

The hard thing about doing hard things, and how it increased my LinkedIn views 900% by Ben Butler

Jack, Business Lessons from life, life lessons from business, author Blaise Brosnan interviewed

Should drones ever be used to kill people? Opposing perspectives on the drone debate by Bradley Strawser.

Jake Knapp, Google Ventures interviewed, author of Sprint: How to solve big problems and test new ideas in just 5 days

Become part of Kevin Kelly’s Technium, by Ron Immink

Love what you do, you will do a lot of it! Startup tips from Keith Ferrazzi #1 NY Times Bestselling Author

Mobile Banking, Evolution or Revolution by Bernardo Nicoletti

Talk is cheap, startup failure and how to avoid it. Advice for startups by Leanne Ross

Fundamentals of Machine Learning for Predictive Data Analytics, book and training course available

How to deliver a killer TEDx talk. A review of “Live your talks” by Jojanneke Van Den Bosch

Talk is cheap, Digital PR for Startups by Leanne Ross reviewed

Aaron Gibson the CEO and founder of Hurree appears in this episode of the Irish Tech News podcast


Review of Augmented: Life in the Smart Lane by Brett King

Review of The Art of Possible, by Kate Tojeiro

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