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I enjoyed the first 3/4 or so of the book that discussed how the company was founded and then funded. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steve Kaplan
Really interesting read, however, it was more of a biography of Zuckerburg than anything else. Not saying that's a bad thing but I would have been more interested in the business... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Alex Jones
Chronicling the advent of Facebook through its devotion to aggregation and advertising, The Facebook Effect provides a largely neutral, yet engaging, view of the monolithic data... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gregory DiSalvio
Really thorough look at Facebook story. Definitely different from the movie that is based on he accidental billionaires which I haven't read. Liked this narrative.Published 3 months ago by Rodrigo Garcia Carrillo
Very good overall analysis of the positives and potential negatives of Facebook. At times it felt a bit too praiseworthy of it and not sufficiently detached. Read morePublished 3 months ago by RCor
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"If Zuckerberg hadn't omitted the farm animal photos, he probably wouldn't have gotten... Read more
A fabulous account of Facebook's brief history. The author has put a huge amount of effort into getting facts and figures correct. Loved itPublished 4 months ago by Ashley Quinn
It took me a while to fully read this book but I did and it was definitely worth it. This book describes the birth and rise of Facebook and its founder Mark Zuckerburg. Read morePublished 7 months ago by CaryPraveen14