The ultimate reading list from lifehacking, all the way to how-to’s and good advice. Handpicked by Hack College staff.
The 4-Hour work Week: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich
by Timothy Ferris
Pick up this book to learn how to delegate, eliminate, and automate your work. After doing all of this, you can liberate yourself from a single location.
Chris Anderson explains how the hit is dead, whether that hit be a large box office release or the latest single.
Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity
by David Allen
David Allen is the grand-dad of all lifehacking. His getting things done (GTD) methodology has changed the landscape of personal productivity. A must-read for all HackCollege fans.
Gina Trapani, editor and creator of Lifehacker, lays down the law with more lifehacks in her second book to manage your digital life better.
Lifehacker: 88 Tech Tricks to Turbocharge Your Day
by Gina Trapani
In the first Lifehacker book, Gina Trapani keeps things simple and lays out 88 different hacks for your computer life. This one is great to have on hand as a reference.