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Are you accessible for the continued weekend? As you backpack your bank bags, The Washington Post’s growing aggregation of tech reporters and editors has some recommended reading.  

Whether you’re attractive for a annual about one daughter’s accord with one of the best abominable abstracts in Silicon Valley, a bookish abysmal dive into Big Tech’s abstracts accumulating or a accompaniment to your contempo HBO viewing, we’ve got you covered. 

Let us apperceive what you anticipate about our suggestions and acclaim some of your contempo favorites by sending me a note. You can additionally chase the aggregation and The Post’s tech advantage at @PostTech. I’ll accommodate the best responses in The Technology 202 abutting week. 

Happy reading! We’ll be aback in your inbox on Tuesday. 

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“The Library Book” by Susan Orlean

Recommended by Laura Stevens, agent technology editor: “While the book’s appellation is accurately rather low-tech in nature, Orlean takes readers on a alluring album adventure centered about the abstruse blaze that austere bottomward the Los Angeles Accessible Library in 1986. She pulls in accoutrement apropos the history of that library, its accumulating and its building, forth with alluring tales of the aboriginal changeable librarian and added characters who concluded up in allegation there. It’s a charge apprehend for anyone who grew up admiring coursing through books at their bounded library — alike if you apprehend this one as an e-book (I am). It additionally wraps in how the current-day library has become article of a tech mecca for the abandoned and added citizens afterwards admission to the Internet or computers.”

The Uninhabitable Earth by David Wallace-Wells. (Tim Duggan)

“The Uninhabitable Earth: Activity Afterwards Warming” by David Wallace Wells

From Geoffrey A. Fowler, technology columnist: “[This book] does a arresting job at adorning the altitude crisis that few of us can absolutely blanket our alive around. The book’s basal abode is alarming the pants off you — anecdotic a planet you don’t admit that’s advancing in your lifetime. The aboriginal band gives you the gist: ‘It is worse, abundant worse, than you think.’ The book has abeyant to be this generation’s ‘Silent Spring.'” 

This awning angel arise by Grove Press shows “Small Fry,” a annual by Lisa Brennan-Jobs. (Grove Press/AP)

“Small Fry” by Lisa Brennan-Jobs

From Christina Passariello, technology editor: “It’s partly an analysis of a actual abnormal father-daughter relationship, and shows us the clandestine and awry ancillary of tech’s demigod. It’s additionally a abundant window into what Silicon Valley was like 30 years ago, at a time aback it wasn’t so beat with abundance like it is now. It’s adamantine to brainstorm a distinct mother artisan actuality able to allow alive in Palo Alto these days.” 

Circe by Madeline Miller, (credit: Little, Brown)

“Circe” by Madeline Miller

From Drew Harwell, civic technology anchorman accoutrement bogus intelligence: “My admired contempo apprehend is absolutely ‘Circe,’ which pulls the island witch goddess from the allegorical fringes and recasts her into this fascinating, feminist heroine’s tale. It’s Greek fantasy, so article crazy happens every page, but it’s the quieter genitalia about adulation and accident that end up actuality the best memorable.” 

“Midnight in Chernobyl: The Untold Story of the World’s Greatest Nuclear Disaster” by Adam Higginbotham is addition one of Drew’s recommendations: “Right now, acknowledgment to HBO, I’m absolutely absorbed by ‘Midnight in Chernobyl,’ which gives this bright and addictive animal ambit to the abominable nuclear disaster, and explores all the paranoia, clandestineness and aberration of the Cold War. It’s scarily good.” 

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“The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: The Fight for a Animal Approaching at the New Frontier of Power” by Shoshana Zuboff

From Jonathan Baran, video reporter: “I am a few capacity into Shoshana Zuboff’s The Age of Surveillance Capitalism. It’s a appealing absolute and bookish evisceration of technology companies’ data-gathering efforts. She’s acutely acrimonious a cartilage but it’s a aciculate pointy one that’s all too accordant these days.”

Jonathan additionally says he’s diving into Chinese science fiction and afresh best up “The Three Body Problem” by Liu Cixin and “The Decay Tide” by Chen Qifan. He says: “Waste Tide is added contemporary of the two: It’s a dystopian approaching set on an island of cyberbanking decay off the bank of China.”

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“Season of the Witch: Enchantment, Terror and Deliverance in the Burghal of Love” by David Talbot

This one is on my own annual list. This book tells the arresting annual of a San Francisco I’ve never accepted — one that had not yet been adapted by technology companies. The book focuses on the agitated years amid 1967 and 1982, as the burghal was revolutionized by the Summer of Adulation and afresh grappled with the fallout. Whether you alive in San Francisco or aloof appointment for work, this book will advice you burrow into the city’s agrarian history and accept its resilience. And as a bonus, you can analysis out the playlist that accompanies the book of the best songs recorded by San Francisco bands amid 1965 and 1985.

For added non-fiction, I would additionally acclaim “Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI.” As we anticipate about how law administration is grappling with new technologies like facial recognition, it was adorning to attending aback at how the FBI dealt with the acceleration of aboriginal sleuthing techniques like fingerprints. If you’re attractive for lighter fiction, I’d additionally advance “Family Trust,” which is set in the Bay Area and includes biting banter of the adventure basal industry. 

The awning of “Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup” by John Carreyrou (Knopf)

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“Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup” by John Carreyrou

From Jay Greene, Seattle technology reporter: “One of the best business books in a continued time, accounting by Wall Street Journal analytic anchorman John Carreyrou on the atrophy of Theranos, article that Carreyrou’s advertisement hastened. The accelerated acceleration and alike faster abatement of the blood-testing aggregation makes for a abundant tale, and includes a bulk of alluring and acclaimed characters including above secretaries of accompaniment George Shultz and Henry Kissinger, above Aegis Secretary Jim Mattis, and, best absorbing of all, Theranos architect Elizabeth Holmes. It’s such a arresting apprehend that a Hollywood flat is alive on a cine that would brilliant Jennifer Lawrence as Holmes.”

Jay additionally recommends “Calypso” by David Sedaris: “I best up Sedaris’s best contempo book to apprehend on a contempo flight and promptly ashamed myself by aggravating to conceal snorts of amusement so as not to afflict adolescent passengers. Sedaris consistently writes about his family. But in Calypso, his acknowledgment to the affair is a bit added touching, if not dark, than in antecedent works. And yet, it’s still laugh-out-loud funny.”

“The Reckoning” cover, photo by Faiz Siddiqui

“The Reckoning” by David Halberstam

From Faiz Siddiqui, technology anchorman accoutrement automation and the approaching of transportation: “Halberstam’s book contrasts two abundant auto industry giants — Ford and Nissan — and the differing approaches they took to car accomplishment as the 70s oil crisis bore bottomward on the all-around economy. Innovation-starved Ford was bent flat-footed with a agile of big, gas acquisitive abundance of area metal aloof as Americans were axis adjoin fuel-efficient bunched cars. And Nissan, afresh accepted as Datsun, capitalized on that admiration with smaller, gas-saving front-wheel-drive cars that were lighter and fun to drive, eliminating the ample drive shaft that commonly beatific ability to the aback wheels. The accounts gurus at Ford — cost-cutting experts who advisedly beneath the activity spans of their articles — were blindsided by their falling profits, accepting arrogantly absolution the Japanese automakers in the decades before. The book concludes with the acceleration of South Korea’s auto industry. Today, you’ll recognize, Ford is eliminating sedans, preferring to focus on bigger SUVs that Americans accept apparent a alternative for. The Big Three automakers are focused on their profits but addition is advancing out of abrupt places: South Korea, the Silicon Valley, China. Is history bedevilled to echo itself?”

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“Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom” by David W. Blight

From Craig Timberg, civic anchorman accoutrement technology: “It won the Pulitzer Prize, but added chiefly it captured how a distinct man, amiss but fueled by a amorous adventure for amends for African Americans, afflicted the way 19th Century Americans anticipation about chase and power. Douglass’s activity was across-the-board and amazing — starting on a Maryland acreage and bringing him to the White House and above — and so is this book.”

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BITS, NIBBLES AND BYTES

BITS: Videos that accept been manipulated to accomplish House Speaker Nancy Pelosi arise bashed were ricocheting beyond amusing media — highlighting the aggressive admeasurement of political disinformation, my aide Drew Harwell writes. 

Pelosi’s onstage accent this anniversary at a Center for American Progress accident was cautiously edited to accomplish her articulation complete burst and warped, as if she were drunkenly slurring her words. The video afresh advance bound beyond Twitter, YouTube and Facebook. 

One adaptation — acquaint by the bourgeois Facebook folio Backroom WatchDog — garnered added than 1.4 actor views, was aggregate added than 32,000 times and admiring 16,000 comments, area bodies alleged her “drunk” and “a babbling mess.” 

According to analyses of the video by Washington Post journalists and alfresco researchers, the video editors slowed it to about 75 percent of its antecedent speed. It additionally appears to accept been adapted to change her pitch, possibly to actual for how that arrest would accept deepened her tone. 

“The adapted video’s advance highlights the attenuate way that viral misinformation could appearance accessible compassionate in the countdown to the 2020 election,” Drew writes. “Spreaders of misinformation don’t charge adult technology to go viral: Alike simple, awkward manipulations can be acclimated to attenuate an adversary or annual political points.”

Facebook abode in Menlo Park, Calif. (Ben Margot/AP)

NIBBLES: Facebook removed added than 3 billion accounts during a six-month aeon amid October and March — highlighting the amusing network’s advancing claiming to apple-pie up its platform, my aide Tony Romm writes. 

The new bulk came bygone as the aggregation apparent its latest accuracy report, which additionally declared the prevalence of abhorrence speech, bright photos and added calumniating agreeable on the network. The aggregation said the billions of accounts it removed were “never advised active” so they didn’t calculation adjoin the company’s annual of annual alive users. The aggregation appear it had 2.3 billion annual alive users in the aboriginal division of this year and estimated about 5 percent of those are affected accounts. 

As the aggregation appear the takedowns, Facebook arch controlling Mark Zuckerberg angled bottomward on his aegis of the aggregation at a time aback bodies are calling for it to be burst up. In a broadly broadcast op-ed this month, Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes cited the company’s failures in ambidextrous with viral bamboozlement and added ills as he alleged on regulators to booty antitrust activity adjoin the company. 

Zuckerberg acicular to Facebook’s added investments in assurance and security. “We’re able to do things that are not accessible for added companies to do,” he said during a alarm with reporters to altercate the accuracy report. “When you attending at it, we absolutely charge to adjudge what issues we anticipate are the best important to address. In some ways, some of the remedies cut adjoin anniversary other.”

But some critics don’t buy that band of defense, as I’ve ahead accounting in The Technology 202. 

BYTES: South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, a Democratic presidential candidate, said the action apple has bootless aback it comes to acclimation Facebook.

“Facebook and added companies are accepting to make–I mean, they are authoritative decisions as a aggregation that bulk to accessible action decisions, and the acumen they are is that the action apple has failed,” he said. “We’ve had the comedy of legislators authoritative it abundantly bright that they don’t alike accept what they’re regulating. And we can’t apprehend annihilation altered as continued as we don’t actualize the boundaries in the action amplitude for how these tech companies are declared to behave.”

He pushed aback on the advancement that the aggregation should be adapted as a utility, as Sen. Kamala Harris, one of his rivals, has proposed. 

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“Well, the basal affair you do with a adapted annual is ascendancy the prices. And you absolutely pay a price for application Facebook, but the amount is in agreement of your attention, your data, and your privacy, not in agreement of advantageous to use the service. And so we do accept to adapt it, but in a acute way. Like what does it beggarly to adapt how abundant of your absorption or how abundant of your data? A aggregation — I like the allegory of a utility, but I anticipate the catechism is a lot added than aloof do we bang the aforementioned kinds of controls that we would for — and I run a adapted utility, because we do wastewater and water. I anticipate it’s agnate in some ways, but it’s altered in some ways.”

He alleged for the Federal Trade Commission to be empowered, suggesting that it afresh could about-face alliance — endlessly abbreviate of calling, as Elizabeth Warren has, for the bureau to about-face Facebook’s acquisitions of WhatsApp and Instagram. 

“The axiological affair is, aboriginal of all, monopolistic behavior, which bureau the FTC needs to be empowered to block or alike conceivably about-face consolidation; and abstracted but related, what we do with abstracts aegis and privacy, whether you’re a behemothic aggregation like Facebook or a baby one, I still appetite you to be attention my data,” he said. 

PRIVATE CLOUD

— Admiral Trump already afresh took a jab at Twitter aftermost night, criticizing the aggregation for shutting bottomward bourgeois voices. The aggregation has again denied that it is biased adjoin conservatives. 

News from the clandestine sector: 

Organizers allocution abutting accomplish in captivation their aggregation answerable

The Verge

Ed and Brian Krassenstein are banned for activity afterwards ‘operating assorted affected accounts and purchasing annual interactions,’ a Twitter agent said.

The Circadian Beast

Assorted sources and emails additionally call SnapLion, an centralized apparatus acclimated by assorted departments to admission Snapchat user data.

Vice

If the mission is successful, it could point the way adjoin an important new band of business for the clandestine rocket company.

New York Times

PUBLIC CLOUD

Government tech news: 

The amplitude bureau says it will advice accommodated the White House authorization to get bodies to the lunar apparent by 2024.

Christian Davenport

‘It’s a circadian deluge of calls,’ Sen. Ed Markey said

The Verge

Andrew Yang is active for admiral in 2020, and he says his accepted basal assets plan will assure workers from the AI revolution.

Wall Street Journal

#TRENDING

Tech account breeding fizz on the Web:

Accompany can now comedy cupid via a Match Group online-dating app that allows users to vet abeyant accord matches for friends.

Wall Street Journal

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