The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution - Dennis Boutsikaris, Walter Isaacson

Well, I'm sure that there are geeks and nerds out there who are going to find things "wrong" or missing, but, frankly, I enjoyed the book. It was written at my level -- not too deep and technical and yet not superficial. I've read a number of books by Isaacson already and that's why I grabbed this one up almost as soon as it was published--and didn't even bother to read any reviews. Even the narrator was good; he knew how to pronounce "dour."