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This book scraped for its length of 660 pages making for a very long, boring, read.
I think you will be intrigued as I was reading this book if you keep an open mind and look at the possibilities available in the world today.
I highly recommend this book to anyone looking to better understand how technology is affecting our culture, our economy and our world.
Paradigm shift on the way he describes things I lived thru in IT. But he has a more global view than I did from the trenches.Published 3 days ago by Deborah Lockhart
“Yes, the consumer in us wants Wal-Mart prices, with all the fat gone. But the employee in us wants a little fat left on the bone, the way Costco does it, so that it can offer... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Reid Mccormick
This was a bit of a difficult read for me at first, but I found it highly enlightening.Published 14 days ago by Lisa Anderson
Great book concerning the truth about international and domestic outsourcing.Published 14 days ago by Chipper
One of the best books I have ever read. A must-read for anyone who is interested in world affairs and specifically the evolution after the end of the cold war (initial flattener). Read morePublished 15 days ago by Stefan Lemperle
Sadly this book was required for a college class my daughter took. I read a few passages when it arrived and was thankful I didn't have to read it myself. Read morePublished 22 days ago by jln
I read Mr Friedman's first edition of "The World is Flat" and know reading the 3rd edition. By reading a brief history of the twenty-first century gives us a road map of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Charlie Johnson
Great book, but a little out of date. For example it is written before iPhones and champions the iPod and a Blackberry. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lemursss
This book attempts to analyze the impact of technology, but seems to fundamentally misunderstand what it will do to the world in the long run. Read morePublished 1 month ago by James D.