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The subject is interesting and the title is catchy, however there isnt much substance to this book.
I would have liked to read this book 2-3 years from now where it would probably chronicle a more definitive outcome for these Web 2.0 companies.
It provided me with the background and understanding of Web 2.0 in a very researched, yet entertaining manner.
Sarah has a way of telling a great story and relaying good information at the same timePublished 1 month ago by Jay Murch
Thoroughly enjoyed this book. Although it's becoming a little dated (talking about services or trends that are long gone) but the how/why of some of the key people in silicon... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Tim
While this is a good history of some prominent Silicon Valley companies (Digg, Facebook), these businesses have changed so quickly it's far outdated by now. Read morePublished on January 22, 2011 by wall street interviewee
It's an interesting, if already well-covered topic, but Sarah isn't much of a writer. Her sub-par, pedestrian writing gets in the way throughout and spoils what might have been a... Read morePublished on December 29, 2010 by 6502Lane
The subject is interesting and the title is catchy, however there isnt much substance to this book. This is not the Groundswell, The chaosscenario or any of he book written by... Read morePublished on September 4, 2009 by Filippo
ONCE YOU'RE LUCKY, TWICE YOU'RE GOOD, a great motto for the post so called collapse of the Internet bubble silicon valley. Read more
This is the third book I read about tech entrepreneurs. In fact it is the fourth if I include Inside Steve's Brain (but this one is about a single entrepreneur). Read morePublished on November 5, 2008 by Herve Lebret
I'm emotionally tied to the dot.com bust of a few years back since I work in high-tech and lost my job at a start-up company during the downturn. Read morePublished on November 3, 2008 by K. Paul Bell