10 Books That Should Be Challenged Instead of ’50 Shades of Grey’

Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson

The charges: ubiquity

Actually, in fairness, there’s nothing especially wrong with this. It’s just that if we see one more dishevelled businessman reading it avidly on the subway, his face lit with the glow of hope that maybe just a little Jobsian stardust might somehow sprinkle onto his next start-up idea, we’ll dissolve into a puddle of existential despair once and for all.