Recommended non-physics reading for grad students

Stuff students may find useful -- feel free to suggest additions (or deletions!).

Piled Higher and Deeper cartoon, by Jorge Cham
How to make difficult decisions, with philosopher Ruth Chang
Structured Procrastination, by John Perry
How to Stop Checking E-mail on Evenings and Weekends, with Tim Ferriss
The Tyranny Of Email, by Ole Eichhorn
Bit Literacy, by Mark Hurst
Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity, by David Allen
[his most useful idea: to-do lists should be lists of *next actions* towards goals]
Presenting and writing
5 Powerful Hacks to Immediately Improve your Presentations, by Scott Young
Power Corrupts. PowerPoint Corrupts Absolutely, by Edward Tufte.
Michael Alley, The Craft of Scientific Presentations (Springer, New York, 2013), 2nd Edition.
Michael Alley, The Craft of Scientific Writing (Springer, New York, 1996), 3rd Edition.
How To Increase Your Success in the Job Market, by Pekka Sinervo
Disability Etiquette
Hidden Disability And An Academic Career, by Elaine M. Beretz
Mind The Gap, from The Economist (Sep 7th 2006)
A Person Paper On Purity In Language, by Douglas Hofstadter
The Subjection of Women, by John Stuart Mill
A woman should have..., by Pamela Redmond Satran
Academic politics
Microcosmographia Academica, by F.M.Cornford