From the Back Cover
"This is a book about the future that is arriving now. It will transform your work habits, productivity, and attitude."
— Richard Ogle, Author, Smart World
"Zelenka gives every web worker—be they corporate or indie—an array of invaluable tips and insights to survive what surely is the beginning of a golden era of work."
— Steve rubel, Senior Vice President, Edelman and AdAge Digital columnist
"Zelenka demonstrates how putting the web to its best use can actually boost your productivity, if not entirely transform your career."
— Gina Trapani, Editor, Lifehacker
"Full of great tips and terrific suggestions, it's a must-read how-to guide for the digitally minded."
— Kara Swisher, Technology columnist, Wall Street Journal
"This is an awesome resource for independent web workers!"
— Tara Hunt, Founder, Citizen Agency
Are you a web worker?
You are if you use the web to reach out beyond the confines of your office, cubicle, home workspace, or seat at the coffee shop to connect and collaborate with others doing the same thing. In this book you'll learn how to use new web tools to improve your work life. You'll discover web sites and services you might want to try. You'll meet the social web, where people are as important as corporations. You'll learn how people like yourself are working in new ways because of the web, and how you can too.
About the Author
Anne Truitt Zelenka is a writer and web technologist. As editor at large of Web Worker Daily, Anne brings a mix of career and technical advice to readers looking to find success and satisfaction in the new ways of working enabled by the web.
Anne has been in software and web development since the nineties, and worked through the dot-com boom as a database and web application developer. She lives in Denver with her husband Rick and three children. You can reach her via her website at annezelenka.com.
Judi Sohn, editor of Web Worker Daily, has over 10 years experience as a homebased graphic designer, technology consultant, and blogger. Now remotely managing a patient advocacy nonprofit organization, she truly lives the web worker life and brings her practical experience to Web Worker Daily readers.
Judi lives in Central New Jersey with her husband Eric and two daughters. She maintains a personal blog at momathome.com.