Gary's Book Club

Hear from noteworthy authors in the technology industry at Gary’s Book Club.

Stop by the Consumer Technology Association Stage to hear the interviews, meet the authors and get a copy of their books signed.

Covering topics ranging from innovation to history and tech policy, the featured books are available for purchase on site.

CES 2020 Gary's Book Club Authors


The Road to the Top is Not on the MapCarla Bailo & Terry Barclay

The Road to the Top is Not on the Map: Conversations with Top Women of the Automotive Industry

This book features 37 of the most influential women in the industry, who offer their insights and advice for colleagues, peers and the next generation of women as they navigate their career choices.

(C)lean MessagingChris Duffey

Superhuman Innovation: Transforming Businesses with Artificial Intelligence

Chris Duffey, head of AI Innovation and Strategy at Adobe, along with his conversational AI assistant, Aimé (AI + Me), have an insightful and lively dialogue to describe how AI is changing not only how people, brands and businesses innovate, but also what they innovate with their content, products and services.

Connecting the DotsLakshmi Sarah & Melissa Bosworth

Crafting Stories for Virtual Reality

This book distills lessons learned into a useful guide for reporters, filmmakers and writers interested in telling stories in the emerging medium of virtual reality. Examining groundbreaking work across industries, this text explains, in practical terms, how storytellers can create their own powerful immersive experiences as new media and platforms emerge.

Charlie Fink's MetaverseJane Sarasohn-Kahn

Health Consuming: From Health Consumers to Health Citizens

This book tracks the evolution of patients into health consumers and payors, with “Amazon-Primed” expectations for services, self-care tools and engagement. Sarasohn-Kahn explains the growth of digital technologies and retail health destinations, coupled with the challenges of data privacy, security and what it means to be a health citizen.

Connecting the DotsRod Pyle

Space 2.0

Space historian Rod Pyle, in collaboration with the National Space Society, gives an inside look at the next few decades of spaceflight and long-term plans for exploration, utilization and settlement.

Connecting the DotsMartin O'Malley

Smarter Government: Governing for Results in the Information Age

This book is about a more effective way to lead that is emerging, enabled by the Information Age. It provides real solutions to real problems using GIS technology and helps develop a management strategy using data that will profoundly change an organization.

The Twenty-Six Words That Created the InternetJeff Kosseff

The Twenty-Six Words That Created the Internet

The modern, interactive Internet relies on a U.S. law that protects online services from lawsuits based on user content. Jeff Kosseff explores the history and future of Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. Kosseff explains what Section 230 really means and how it affects what we like, share, and comment upon every day.

The Twenty-Six Words That Created the InternetDavid H. DeWolf & Jessica S. Hall

The Product Mindset

"The Product Mindset" approaches product development from a bold, new direction, based on a shared internal outlook that drives focus, speed, experimentation, and innovation. David DeWolf and Jessica Hall provide you with all the tools you’ll need to revitalize your company’s methodologies, reframe its culture, and help your company thrive in the digital marketplace.

The Twenty-Six Words That Created the InternetSarah Boisvert

People of the New Collar Workforce

Sarah Boisvert’s interactive book utilizes Augmented Reality to bring video interviews with New Collar workers to life.  If you’re curious what it’s like to operate 3D Printers, design generatively, or repair robots, see and hear first hand how today’s humans are interacting with machines to create a new digital workplace.


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