Mark Baker has posted a review that applies Too Big to Know to his field of technical communications. He notes that the book “isn’t about technical communication either, but what it has to say about the changes the web has brought to scientific publishing should make us all fundamentally rethink how technical communication will work in the future.”

He ranks it as one of a handful of books technical communicators really should read. But I have to say that the following passage especially made me smile: “What sets Weinberger apart from the common or garden web pundit is that he doesn’t speculate about what may happen in the future; he shows you what has already happened and makes you wonder why you didn’t see it yourself.” Thanks, Mark!