Book one of The Reckoners, a sci-fi series about a world suddenly ruled by merciless supervillians and the humans who eventually decide to fight back.
A collection featuring the most interesting, provocative, humorous, and inspirational sessions from /r/IAmA — including Barack Obama, Madonna, Elon Musk, Buzz Aldrin, Bill Gates, Louis CK, Martha Stewart, and many more.
This book shows you how to turn your old iPhone into an iPod touch for your kids.
A humorous children’s story about a bear who’s lost his hat and wants it back.
A journal that literally commands you to “destroy” it in various ways in order to experience the true creative process.
A 200-page journal with a cover that can be customized to display just about any location in the world.
A logbook for recording your own drone flights, regardless of model or specialty.
A limited edition notebook for makers, created in collaboration by two of our favorite startups.
An upcoming collection of comedic essays analyzing various bits of nerd culture.
Awesome Field Notes’ COLORS memo books for Winter 2015. They change colors in direct sunlight; indoors they’re white, outdoors they’re blue!
This is the most detailed and extensive guide to Day One available today. Featuring in-depth reviews that cover every function and feature found within Day One, our handbook goes line-by-line showing you how to make the most of this award-winning journaling app.
The tenth and final installment of Nicholas Felton’s yearly, wonderfully designed lifelog infographics.
The same books you know and love, now enhanced with interactive animations, elaborate artwork, and annotations written by J.K. Rowling herself.
How Music Got Free is the history of the music industry from the early beginnings to the launch of BitTorrent. As someone who was a teenager when Napster was released and is now watching the Spotify/Apple battle unfold, I’ve seen a big transition in how music is sold and consumed in my life.
An upcoming book that will let you view architecture through the eyes of a burglar. You’ll never see cities the same way again.
A grand tour of the science of cooking explored through popular American dishes, illustrated in full color. Brought to you by Serious Eats’ culinary nerd-in-residence.