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It is a very well written book, written in an easy-going journalistic style.
Clay Shirky is a leading thinker on social technologies, and this book is his introduction to why social technologies like Wikipedia work.
I've read almost all the books on how social media is changing business and I can say that "Here Comes Everybody" is the very best.
The last decade has brought on a revolution in terms of information technology; tools such as email and instant messengers have succeeded the now ancient communication technologies... Read morePublished 3 months ago by kellyp1
I really enjoyed reading this book. I didn't know Wikipedia's history and am amazed. Shirky has a wonderful style that is very readable and yet not over simplified for the subject... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Heather Askew
This book really captures one of the main elements about how the Internet is changing our society and our world. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Charlotte A. Hu
Book I needed for college assignment. Good book. Had all the info I needed for working on my assignment too.Published 7 months ago by HLH
The Kindle version is terrible. Issues:
- no paragraphs: the hole chapter is a single big paragraph
- no table of contents
The worst part is that the... Read more
I have read a number of books about the impacts social technologies like Facebook, Twitter and instant messaging, and this is by far the one which does the deepest thinking. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Erik A. Saltwell
Author presents a very compelling case for the future possibilities of the internet revolution. We are all aware that the internet has lowered the 'barrier of entry' for... Read morePublished 24 months ago by Becklett
In this book, Shirky describes three levels of group activities, made possible by social media:
1. Sharing with others, using del.icio. Read more
This is such a great book. Mr. Shirky tells a lot of great stories, some of them well known, others less so. But the biggest value comes with the analysis. Mr. Read morePublished on September 11, 2011 by Inside Out