I just bought three books on Amazon to take with me on holidays and am looking forward to getting into them. They are –
- David Weinberger’s (Cluetrain Manifesto co-author) Everything Is Miscellaneous
- Andrew Keen’s The Cult of the Amateur and
- Don Tapscott’s (Naked Corporation co-author)Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything
The reviews I have come across on these books are glowing – now I hope the kids will allow me to read them when we are away!
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I wrote about Keen’s book a few days ago, but have yet to read the other two. Do write about them when you get back!
Thanks Daithi. I’ll read you. I’ve just charged my way through Keen’s book. Tom, I look forward to your view of it. I think it has changed my life.
And may I suggest, “PS I love you” by Cecilia Ahern to bring some balance in your life. A contemporary treatise on what happens after death. Or so I’ve been told…
@Daithi and Paul – will do!
@Maryrose – for a treatise on what happens after death, I read Mitch Albom’s “The Five People You Meet in Heaven” last year!
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