In the future, according to the former vice president, national governments will hold less sway than multinational corporations, there will be no privacy and all the world’s information will be freely available, we will struggle with basic strategic resources like topsoil and fresh water all the while we will try to change the genetic make-up … Continue Reading ››
In the late 80’s and early 90’s, what company’s name was synonymous with video gaming so much so that many people didn’t realize that it was a company but rather the occupation itself? If you said, “Nintendo” then this book is for you.
How Nintendo … Continue Reading ››
This book would seem to have a very limited niche market. After all, how many people are in the music business? Actually, if you include those who want to be in the music business I suspect there would be several million. But even that is too limiting. The title of this book may sound like … Continue Reading ››
In 2000 only a handful of people saw the value of pure search clearly, and many of them already worked at Google. Quietly, steadily, and without even a hint to their colleagues down the hall, the engineers were building a plan to share their vision … Continue Reading ››
Like Shaunti Feldhahn's previous works, the Male Factor is commentary based on surveys. I was introduced to Feldhahn's work through For Men Only: A Straightforward Guide to the Inner Lives … Continue Reading ››
Looking at the book, no doubt you wouldn't think much of it. Plain cover, undersized and clearly for the budget conscious, this book does not look significant. But on the inside there are a multitude of significant nuggets of wisdom! Like most "value gifts" the … Continue Reading ››