Books, Lists, Technology

Tech Titles and More That Would Make Great Headlines

First, the tech titles (and more) that would make great headlines and then as my mind travels… Today’s theme for Top Ten Tuesday over at ThatArtsyReaderGirl is book titles that would make catchy newspaper headlines, and for some reason, my mind was stuck on Tech Tuesday mode, so I added a few techie titles to my list. And like it happens often, ended up with more then ten (so decided to make it a baker’s dozen and keep it ready for my Thursday Thirteen post as well this week)..

As for the titles themselves, their making great headlines, like beauty, is in the eyes of the beholder 🙂

This post contains Amazon and other affiliate links, that at no additional cost to you, I may earn a small commission. Thank you for your support. Please see the full disclosure for more information. I only recommend products I definitely would (or have already) use myself

Tech Titles and More That Would Make Great Headlines

  1. My Brain Has Too Many Tabs Open by Tanya Goodin (Social Media Guides | White Lion Publishing | October 3, 2023)
  2. Traffic: Genius, Rivalry, and Delusion in the Billion-Dollar Race to Go Viral by Ben Smith (Media Studies | Penguin Press | May 2, 2023)
  3. The Algorithm: How AI Decides Who Gets Hired, Monitored, Promoted, and Fired and Why We Need to Fight Back Now by Hilke Schellmann (AI and Semantics | Hachette Books | January 2, 2024)
  4. A History of Fake Things on the Internet by Walter Scheirer (Business/Technology | Stanford University Press | Dec 2023)
  5. The Death of Death by José Cordeiro and David Wood (Biomedical Engineering | Springer | May 2023)
  6. Confessions of an AI Brain by Elena Fersman, Paul Pettersson, Athanasios Karapantelakis (Artificial intelligence | Springer | May 2023)
  7. The Power of Language: How the Codes We Use to Think, Speak, and Live Transform Our Minds by Viorica Marian (Cognitive Psychology | Dutton | April 4, 2023) 
  8. Choose Your Story, Change Your Life by Kindra Hall (Motivational | HarperCollins Leadership | January 11, 2022)
  9. The Man I Never Met by Elle Cook (Romantic Comedy | Dell | November 22, 2022)
  10. The Plant-Powered Plan to Beat Diabetes by Sharon Palmer (Vegan Cooking | Union Square & Co. | May 16, 2023)
  11. Small Shoes, Great Strides by Vaunda Micheaux Nelson and illustrated by Alex Bostic (Children’s Books/Biographies | 7 – 11 years, and up | Carolrhoda Books | November 7, 2023)
  12. The Invisible Elephant by Anna Anisimova translated by Ruth Ahmedzai Kemp with illustrations by Yulia Sidneva (Children’s Books on Disabilities | 8 – 12 years, and up | Yonder | August 1, 2023))
  13. An Unexpected Thing by Ashling Lindsay (Picture Books | 4 – 7 years, and up | Frances Lincoln Children’s Books | September 5, 2023)

The Tech that Prompted the Tech Titles

Have you heard about it? Prompt engineering, I mean.. it has been on my mind for a while now, and I think it’s kind of my thing.

You know when some online searches just seem to hit the jackpot with responses that are just right? They are intelligent, relevant, and make you feel all good! This happens more often than not with me. And I’m pretty sure, well, know that it’s more about the prompts and keywords than serendipity! What do you think? Over the years, I have had my kids ask me for help with their research (though I only send them the links returned from my ‘magic’ searches and have them do the actual work!). My job as a QA engineer led me to testing various tools in the past couple of years which proved to be pretty interesting as well!

But sometimes your searches do return the weirdest results and that has happened to me too. Do you recall any such instances? Do share! Both the wondrous and the weird ones…

And Now, the End of This Post

Dear reader, which of these tech titles (and the others as well) appeal to you the most? What book titles do you think make great headlines? Have you read any of these books? I welcome your thoughts on them, and as always, your comments on this post too..

18 thoughts on “Tech Titles and More That Would Make Great Headlines

  1. All of the titles of the books are thrilling and has a thought in mind when you first read it that “what is this book all about”. The title itself is a catch, I can’t wait to read it.

  2. I’ve heard about The Man I Never Met before, and when I see a book again and again I take it as a sign from the universe to add it to my TBR pile.

    As a straight up title, I like Small Shoes, Great Strides. I’ve always been drawn to parallel construction.

  3. Very interesting book list you have here! I would definitely read a few, My Brain With Too Many Tabs Open sounds interesting!

  4. I love the book “Change Your Story, Change Your Life”. That resonates with me as I really believe it to be true. We all have the capacity to change our story!

  5. I am loving this book list and will have to check a few of them out as I am in need of some new good books. Thank you for sharing this comprehensive list!

  6. I did this one on Monday on my book blog, using mostly thrillers I’ve read this year. It was kind of interesting to reimagine those titles as headlines!

  7. My brain has too many tabs open too! What a great headline title. Ha!

    Hop on over to my blog if you’d like to join in on some quotable fun. I’m taking over for Freda until she gets well for the Friday56 meme where we publish quotes from page 56 of the book we are currently reading. Loved to have you join us. Friday56 Quotes

  8. These sound like my type of books to read. I’m a computer nerd. lol

    I often feel like I have too many tabs open in my brain. So I’ll definitely will check out that book.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *