“. . . well-written, fast paced, and difficult to put down. . . . The Ghost in the Wires, an amazing and engaging book, is destined to be a bestseller.”
“[Always On] is a page-turner for technophiles, but weaves enough humanity into the topic to keep most readers engaged.”
Over the past few days this February 2011, a computer called Watson, built and programmed by IBM researchers, has played the game of Jeopardy! against two of the contest’s best players.
James Gleick, James McPhee, Tracy Kidder, and Henry Petroski belong to the Pantheon of Great American Writers, the subbranch dedicated to Science, Engineering, and Invention.
It’s quite possible that author Jon Rognerud mistitled the second edition to his online marketing book when he named it Ultimate Guide to Search Engine Optimization.
Unless you’ve been living on another planet for the past few years, you know that social media and social marketing are now the Greatest Thing Since Sliced Bread.
Would the ideas Tim Wu espouses in The Master Switch: The Rise and Fall of Information Empires have been published if we weren’t still picking through the wreckage caused by the financial
This will be an instant classic. If you are a designer you should beg, borrow, buy or steal this book (as a reviewer, I got it for free).
Jaron Lanier, an early developer of Virtual Reality, presents his manifesto, his state-of-the-union address of the cultural impact of the Internet and the Web. He has been prescient in the past.
The Zen of Social Marketing is the perfect book for anyone wishing to learn about separating the wheat from the chaff when it comes to social media marketing.
Ancient Wisdom Publications, September 2009
A new manager assigned to a project is told by his predecessor that three envelopes have been placed in his top desk drawer and labeled One, Two, and Three.
Richard Clarke served in the White House for four presidents and was appointed National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection, and Counterterrorism under Bill Clinton, and the first
After all the pain of recession that we’ve been through, it’s a bit hard to remember that there was once a dot-com boom era in which high-tech startups found it amazingly easy to find financing, an
Not every programmer may be a scientific programmer, but all programmers will at some point have to deal with correctness, efficiency, and requirements changes, and some may have to deal with float