There's more to life than books, you know, but not much more.
I love books and "top 10" or "must read" lists, so IEEE Spectrum: 10 Great Tech Books is irresistable.
Which are your favorites?
Which ones were missed?
I've only read two of them: The Design of Everyday Things and The Soul Of A New Machine. The latter one in particular I found enthralling and ample motivation for my college computer architecture design project! Nowadays it must seem like a history book, since it concerns designing DEC-compatible minicomputers. But the thrill of design and hunting down and quashing elusive bugs is timeless.