I really enjoyed Douglas Coupland’s early books, probably up to (but no necessarily including) Girlfriend in a Coma. One of my favourites was Microserfs, a book about Microsoft programmers trying to get a life.
The descriptions of Microsoft campus life — right down to the soccer fields and hidden paths — are still quite accurate. The detail that seems to have changed the most is the relationship of employees to Bill. He was apparently a Geek God in 1994, whereas now he’s more of a beleaguered Yoda. It’s good we skipped over the anti-trust days though.
More recently, I think Coupland has gotten away from what appealed to me about his books–the search for the spiritual in a post-modern world.