Working in Public

by Nadia Eghbal

Book Reviews

  • For more fun meditations on this, see @nayafia’s book Working In Public: https://t.co/bgmhxbEKnP (which I am about two chapters into and am enjoying so far)Link to Tweet
  • And if you haven't seen our Interintellect Talks series -- not as conversational as Salons but fascinating deep dives for our community and beyond -- Check out the one with @nayafia about her book Working in Public, a new Bible for all things Open Source: https://t.co/htqRPQcnosLink to Tweet
  • The weirdest thing I could tell non-tech people about how the tech world works is this: The entire tech world runs largely on free software written by volunteers, and everything you touch sits above that base. @nayafia has written THE book documenting that astounding reality. https://t.co/t7l9lJ5dnXLink to Tweet
  • This is now out on Kindle for $10. Nadia is very smart and it’s worth reading anything she writes on open source. https://t.co/OyNlLHwRGh https://t.co/E6ZkKMoe0ZLink to Tweet
  • Open-source started with developers, but today we can all learn from the basics Working in Public is how we meet like-minded people, find our next role, become a better contributor & feel connected to a community https://t.co/w7pxYfbMMELink to Tweet
  • Whoo! Excited to see @nayafia's book "Working in Public: The Making & Maintenance of Open Source Software" now for pre-order https://t.co/5mgd87Idp0 If you haven't seen her "Roads&Bridges: The Unseen Labor Behind Our Digital Infrastructure" it's a classic https://t.co/r42tnQMUDpLink to Tweet
  • OH MY GOD @nayafia's book is out!!!!!!! One of the most shining minds of our generation, I have been waiting for this moment for years ✨ Congratulations, my friend! Here's to your first book of many to come! 🍾 https://t.co/LDeUif6MOaLink to Tweet
  • Now available for pre-order! https://t.co/aUgwhPD3Bs "Nadia writes from a unique perspective at the intersection of open source, economics, and poetry. This is the definitive book on the dynamics of online creative communities." --Nat Friedman, CEO of GitHub https://t.co/j88jNNGtnTLink to Tweet