Monthly Archives: June 2014

The Power of Pull

The Power of Pull By John Hagel III, John Seely Brown, and Lang Davidson 2/7 stars I was expecting this book to be about technology and/or the future of the digital age. This book is not like that at all. … Continue reading

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Here Comes Everybody

Here Comes Everybody By Clay Shirky 6/7 stars I realized about a third of the way through this book that I made a mistake in reading it after Cognitive Surplus. Since Shirky wrote this book first, many of his concepts … Continue reading

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Blue Ocean Strategy

Blue Ocean Strategy By W. Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne 5/7 stars Imagine two oceans. The first is full of sharks and is colored red with the blood of competitors. This is the existing market space. The second is pristine … Continue reading

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Cognitive Surplus

By Clay Shirky 6/7 stars I liked this book. It was well written, clear and interesting. I don’t have much to criticize in this particular piece, so below is my summary of the book’s content. Free time is a relatively … Continue reading

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It’s Called Work for a Reason!

It’s Called Work for a Reason! By Larry Winget 5/7 stars I will admit that I have avoided reading this book for years. Not because I dislike work or am not dedicated to doing a good job. Rather, I had … Continue reading

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