I love books, but find it can be difficult to read more than one at a time. This means that there are many books that I make a mental note to read; a kind of book interest queue. I work the queue when I next get a chance. One challenge is that my mental book queue often exceeds my capacity for good recall. There are also many books that I have read that have made some positive contribution to my life. These special books drive me to share the experience with others.
Talking with the leader of the Croatian Multimedia Institute I was referred to Yochai Benkler whose speech he held in the institute I apparently missed. Looking at his website I discovered a book called "The Wealth of Networks" whose title is immediately attractive to me, not to mention it has a kind of sensational ring to it as it reminds of the famous "Wealth of Nations".