Must Read Books about FOSS/Linux

On Weekends I've nothing to do than promoting FOSS/Linux, explaining it to every other user out there. Since weekend is the only time that I promote FOSS, here a list of scooped up books for you to get started.

You can start from here:
  • The Story of an Accidental Revolutionary. Linux Torvalds and David Diamond.
  •  The Cathedral & the Bazaar. Eric S. Raymond
  • Free Software, Free Society: Selected Essays of Richard M. Stallman
  • The Success of Open Source. Steven Weber
  • Free Culture: The Nature and Future of Creativity. Lawrence Lessig
  •  Rebel Code: The Inside Story of Linux and the Open Source Revolution, by Glyn Moody.
There's also a torrent around out there with about 50 Linux ebooks bundled together. Some of them are upwards of ten years old, but if interested search "Linux ebook" of your favorite.