PositiveThe Wall Street JournalMs. Suzuki draws on decades of neuroscience, including her own research, and leavens her learning with a little personal storytelling to create a practical, science-backed guidebook for those seeking such a transformation ... Good Anxiety is especially effective in arguing that anxiety shouldn’t be something we seek to hide, numb or even fix ... It’s important to note that this book doesn’t speak to those diagnosed with clinical anxiety disorders. But for those of us simply trying to navigate a world in which worries seem destined to multiply, Ms. Suzuki provides a welcome road map.
PositiveThe Wall Street JournalMs. Frier paints a picture of Mr. Zuckerberg as an executive always seemingly threatened by the success of Instagram and the thought that it might one day replace Facebook in cultural importance. Ms. Frier’s account tends to reflect the point of view of the founders and those sympathetic to their original vision ... No Filter offers an engaging account of how tech founders’ ideals inevitably have to be squared with making profits. Yet somehow—perhaps the clarity of its founders’ vision—the Instagram experience still usually feels like it is about more than just the company’s bottom line.