Bit Literacy Review
User Experience Lord, Mark Hurst wrote Bit Literacy, possibly the second most valuable book anyone who wants to catch-up with this computer thing should read and learn. Right after the Computers for Dummies.
In his book, Mark Hurst gives you easy to follow how-to for the most common everyday scenarios as well as the best practice tips for maintaining the digital discipline on a daily basis.
In a nutshell, a bit-literate user is more productive. By letting the bits go, information overload can be avoided.
Probably, the most significant chapter is Other Essentials, where the author reveals the inevitable truth – bit literacy is going to be the digital age standard. Sooner than anyone expects.
I only wish this book was shipped as a part of an operating system installation guide when I bought the first computer.