I have this problem with tech policy and general-digital-culture book where I really like to read about them—blog posts, reviews, author interviews—but never actually read the books themselves. Knowing this, you think I would not bother purchasing the books themselves, fooling myself into thinking I will read them, but no—I’m quick to place in my Amazon cart. I am ready to be part of the hype!, ready to read and learn!, to be amazed!, to be able to discuss with others all my eminently relevant insights! I unwrap the Amazon packing with glee and then—sit the books on my shelf. Never to be thumbed through again. I am trying to break myself of this habit, which seems only to apply to tech books and certain libertarian tombs (I’m a pretty avid reader otherwise). So damn you, Adam Theirer, for this. I likely will be fooled again.