The book is called The Year Without Pants (an inside joke related to being able to work from anywhere in the world, including from home ), and is focused on Scott's time at Automattic, and what it's like to work at a company, that among other things, has no central office and doesn't use email internally.
As Eric Ries mentions:
“Most talk of the future of work is just speculation, but Berkun has actually worked there. The Year Without Pants is a brilliant, honest, and funny insider's story of life at a great company.” —Eric Ries, author, New York Times bestseller The Lean Startup
Scott has a few bits about yours truly, and my sleep deprived startup life:
The first striking thing about Raanan was that he never seemed to sleep. I didn't understand if there were two or more of him who worked in shifts or if his genetics allowed him to work at twice normal speed, but he seemed to know what was going on everywhere, all the time ... Raanan loved what he was doing. He'd joined in part because of the mission to democratize publishing.
A bit surreal to read about your own work, and I've found over the years that all my colleagues have a great work ethic.
What I like is that Scott hits on a point that I find very true -- which is that companies that have big audacious goals such as ours, and give employees freedom to define the methods of achieving them - tend to attract people who are passionate and love what they do. And that combo tends to result in amazing outcomes and companies that have a culture that attracts fantastic talent.
So definitely a fun read, and if you want to check it out, it's available on Amazon in both print and Kindle edition: