The Wall Street Journal gave  Hamlet’s BlackBerry a great review today.  Excerpt from David Harsanyi’s piece:

“[E]ven a jaded reader is likely to be won over by “Hamlet’s BlackBerry.” It convincingly argues that we’ve ceded too much of our existence to what he calls Digital Maximalism. Less scold and more philosopher, Mr. Powers certainly bemoans the spread of technology in our lives, but he also offers a compelling discussion of our dependence on contraptions and of the ways in which we might free ourselves from them. I buy it. I need quiet time.”

Read the full review here.