Glenn Reynolds' new book
Glenn Reynold's book, An Army of Davids: How Markets and Technology Empower Ordinary People to Beat Big Media, Big Government, and Other Goliaths, was up to #38 on Amazon for a time (even tho it won't be released for another few weeks), and has been getting excellent reviews. The theme is essentially that we're moving into an age in which freedom and entrepeneurship will have even more advantages than they do at present and in which large organizations (government and private alike) will be at increasingly weak positions.
[UPDATE: The reason I haven't mentioned the case cited in comments is I never got it. (Same reason the comments were held until I checked this morning). I get such a load of spam email and spam comments from addresses at gmail.com that I've had to block email from it, and set the blog filter so that all comments from it are held until approved. For some reason the spammers just love that email site. And to give you some idea of how serious the spam comment problem is, the filter on this site has blocked over 39,900 of them. Not counting the ones I catch by hand -- caught two this morning, one on German porn, one on online gambling.]