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Insanely Simple: Book review

Insanely Simple: Book review

This book, by one of Apple's ad-agency creatives, explores the company's Steve Jobs-driven philosophy of keeping things simple. If you crave eye-witness Apple anecdotes, there's plenty on offer here.

published June 26, 2013 by

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Book review: Who Owns the Future?

Book review: Who Owns the Future?

This wide-ranging, discursive, and deliberately provocative book argues for an alternative to a developing future in which we all become digital serfs, valued only for our eyeballs and our sharing ability.

published May 9, 2013 by

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The Connected Company: Book review

The Connected Company: Book review

Traditional hierarchically organised businesses are ill suited to the modern reality of social media and connected customers. According to this book, companies need to become more flexible — like an adaptive biological system.

published March 27, 2013 by

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Automate This: Book review

Automate This: Book review

Algorithms may threaten the jobs of mid-level employees in many industries, but on the upside, says Christopher Steiner, smart engineers may be inspired to work on more important problems.

published October 8, 2012 by

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