Though I love the art from both books, I think the first book had more substance, more written content.
Get a copy, read it, and use it as a motivational fire to stoke your engine to seek freedom in creating, building, and growing your own business.
I was SO excited when this book was announced for pre-order and I even posted it on my Fan Page, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Nothing new! The internet is great- really?! This is it?! The book only talks about the importance of the Internet but I did not feel it added anything new. Read morePublished 9 months ago by coconutbunny
Really fun book, really quite helpful. It's really short, chock full of Macleod's great cartoons. This book will help you in your pursuit of better bloggingPublished 10 months ago by AMOKArts
I suppose if you know HUgh MacLeod and his work you realize this is more a comic book that a true book. It is quite entertaining.Published 18 months ago by Lindsey Fenton
In recent years, especially, individuals as well as organizations have learned that their single greatest threat tomorrow is who they are, what they do, and how they do it today. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Robert Morris
This one is different... Hugh used his art and cartoons to tell a story. Many will complain, but I really loved the possibility of reading it fast (three hours I think) and coming... Read morePublished 23 months ago by LuFreitas
Love Hugh's frank style, he is punchy and hits all the right points. will be reading the rest of his booksPublished on September 15, 2012 by Scott Bales
Just finished this book, and I must say, the first book by Hugh is much better. Though I love the art from both books, I think the first book had more substance, more written... Read morePublished on July 2, 2012 by Aga Artka
I saw the title of Hugh MacLeod's latest book and knew I had to buy it immediately.
The 128-page book is a manifesto for bloggers, not a "how-to" guide. Read more