“When an economist argues that money is inherently a social phenomenon, that is reason enough to read the book.
“It's becoming increasingly difficult for anyone to see the world as it truly is.”
“Who Owns the Future? is non-linear, hyperactive, non-sequitur filled, maddening to read, and ultimately unsatisfying.”
“Preventing anonymity prevents protections anonymity provides. . . . starts out well but could and should have been a much better book.”
“Social networking newcomers: Munch on this book like you would a good snack.”
“How We Think has arrived at the right time.”
“It’s a tough—and gargantuan—job, saving the planet, so why shouldn’t some of it fall to the recovering alcoholic, ex-arm-wrestling, street brawling survivor of a near-death experience?”
“What would happen if Ms. MacKinnon went to work for Facebook? Or LinkedIn? Or Google?
Occupy Wall Street was soooo cool. I commuted from my aunt’s house in Manhasset to Zuccotti Park every day. We stuck it to the man. We told it.
“Darkmarket is a lively account of how credit card crime is organized on the Internet and an engaging portrayal of some of the characters who are involved.