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15 Eclectic Summer Reading Lists

Summer/beach reading lists are irresistible. I compiled some of the best in 2013, and earlier this month I tackled one specific topic in Bitcoin Beach Reading.

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In the spirit of the great variety of summer reading guides of all types, here are some of the most eye-catching of the year so far, with special emphasis on business, leadership, technology, personal finance and self-improvement:

BloombergBusiness: These Are Wall Street’s Must-Read Books of the Summer
Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business: Faculty Summer Reading Recommendations 2015
EntrepreneurThe 7 Books Bill Gates Wants You to Read This Summer
Forbes: Profitable Summer Reads: 7 New Investment Classics
GOBankingRates: 25 Best Personal Finance Books for Your Summer Reading List
Informationweek.com: 10 Geekiest Beach Reads of 2015
Military Times: 10 new books: Something to read at the beach or on base
The New Yorker: What we’re reading this summer
Opensource.com: The 2015 open source summer reading list
Stanford Graduate School of Business: Seven Business Books for Your Summer Reading List: Top selections from alumni entrepreneurs around the world
TED: Your summer reading list: 70+ book picks from TED speakers and attendees
The University of Texas at Austin: Spend Your Summer Reading the Books UT Professors Love
USA TODAY: 25 hot books for summer
The Wall Street Journal: 10 Beach Books from J.P.

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Bitcoin Beach Reading

The technological/cultural revolutions behind bitcoin and related cryptocurrencies, and the online public ledger blockchain that bitcoin operates on, are steadily gaining more public awareness, both positive and negative.

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In April, I attended a highly interesting bitcoin/blockchain panel discussion featuring Wall Street Journal reporters Paul Vigna and Michael J. Casey, at the D.C. headquarters of Consumers’ Research, which has lately taken a keen interest and involvement in these subjects. Kyle Burgess, the organization’s director of operations, recently participated in the Block Chain Summit, hosted by Richard Branson on Necker Island. You can read her takeaways here.

The occasion for the April panel was the release earlier in the year of Vigna and Casey’s The Age of Cryptocurrency: How Bitcoin and Digital Money are Challenging the Global Economic Order.

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