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A book on Assange's quirks, not wikileaks,
This review is from: Inside WikiLeaks: My Time with Julian Assange at the World's Most Dangerous Website (Hardcover)
I did find it somewhat interesting to see the observations on what sort of personality was responsible for creating Wikileaks. This took some aspects of paranoia, some anarchistic tendencies, a bit of hacker and geek tossed into the mix, and a significant amount of self assured and domineering entrepreneurial spirit.
That said, this book got tiring fast. That much information on the quirks of Assange and his continuing conflict with those around him was excessive. It was probably cathartic for Domscheit-Berg to write, but not of general interest.
I was interested to see how Openleaks will differ from Wikileaks. I will be curious to see if this new whistle-blower conduit will actually materialize. Wikileaks itself sounds like it is down for the count.