"Artistic Data Visualization: Beyond Visual Analytics", Martin Wattenberg and Fernanda B. Viégas
"Bizarre Insights From Big Data", Quentin Hardy
"Bubbles, Lines, and Strings: How Information Visualization Shapes Society", Peter Hall
Cosmic View: The Universe in 40 Jumps, Kees Boeke
Creativity and Prosperity: The Global Creativity Index, Martin Prosperity Institute
"Critical InfoVis: Exploring the Politics of Visualization", Marian Dörk, Christopher Collins, Patrick Feng, and Sheelagh Carpendale
"Data-Driven Aesthetics", Mark Hansen
"Design and Redesign in Data Visualization", Martin Wattenberg and Fernanda B. Viégas
"Design and Redesign" on web

"Design Thinking",Tim Brown
Designing Usable Ballots, Data Chisnell
"Doing the Right Thing: Measuring Wellbeing for Public Policy", Marie Forgeard
Else/Where: Mapping, "Introduction: Where/Abouts", Janet Abrams and Peter Hall
Explaining Creativity, "Chapter 1: Introduction", R. Keith Sawyer
Explaining Creativity, "Chapter 3: Defining Creativity Through Assessment", R. Keith Sawyer
"Fundamental Principles”, Edward Tufte
"How to Make Data Look Sexy", Martin Wattenberg and Fernanda B. Viégas
"In the Bubble: Designing a Complex World", John Thackara
"Linguistic Styles of Eminent Writers Suffering From Unipolar and Bipolar Mood Disorder", Marie Forgear
Making Maps: A Visual Guide to Map Design for GIS, "Chapter 1: It's a Map", John Krygier and Denis Wood
Making Maps: A Visual Guide to Map Design for GIS, "Chapter 3: Mappable Data", John Krygier and Denis Wood
"Mapping Experience", Marc Treib
"Milestones in the History of Thematic Cartography, Statistical Graphics, and Data Visualization", Matthew Friendly
Move Over, Turing, Viegas and Wattenberg
National Accounts of Well-Being, NEF
"Nonlinear Systems Biology and Design", Jenny E. Sabin
"On Mapping and Maps", Peter Hall
"Stacked Graphs: Geometry & Aesthetics", Byron, Lee and Martin Wattenberg
"Surveillance Society: The Mass-Observation movement and the meaning of everyday life", Caleb Crain
http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2006/09/11/surveillance-society

"What Ordinary People Need Most from Information Visualization Today", Steven Few
"The Data Driven Life", Gary Wolf
"The Fundamental Principles of Analytical Design", Edward Tufte
"The Social Life of Paper: Looking for Method in the Mess" Malcolm Gladwell
"This stands as a sketch for the future", David Reinfurt
"Tiny Talents", Virginia Hefferman
"Towards a Model of Information Aesthetics in Information Visualization" Andrea Lau and Andrew Vande Moere
Visualizing Information for Advocacy: An Introduction to Information Design, John Emerson
"What I've Learned", Chris Pullman