The CryptoParty Handbook

The first draft of the CryptoParty
Handbook
, a 390-page guide to maintaining privacy in the networked
world, is available. "This book was written in the first 3 days of
October 2012 at Studio Weise7, Berlin, surrounded by fine food and a lake
of coffee amidst a veritable snake pit of cables. Approximately 20 people
were involved in its creation, some more than others, some local and some
far (Melbourne in particular)." It is available under the (still
evolving) CC-BY-SA 4.0
license. The guide, too, is still evolving; it should probably be regarded
the way one would look at early-stage cryptographic code. Naturally, the
authors are looking for contributors to help make the next release better.