Marc Benioff, chairman, CEO salesforce.com, bestselling author of Behind the Cloud
“Led by the Internet, knowledge is now social, mobile, and open. Weinberger shows how to unlock the benefits.”
I'm looking forward to reading this again next year after a little soak time.
I found this book disappointing because it's just pedestrian: it doesn't say much of anything and certainly doesn't say anything original.
This is a notion, I believe, we in library and information science should develop further.
Book is great! ordered it for class but ended up returning it after not needing it!Published 4 months ago by AY
David Weinberger's book covers epistemology in the digital age, and there's no question that he is passionate about the subject and has a deep and multifaceted grasp of all its... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rob Fitzgibbon
I found this book disappointing because it's just pedestrian: it doesn't say much of anything and certainly doesn't say anything original. Read morePublished 7 months ago by RedsFan
This book argues that the Net is not making us more stupid, that the Net actually is changing what it means to be informed. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Steve
David Weinber captured my imagination in this book, Too Big to Know. It sort of makes a big juicy stew from the world's literature, arts and science books and blogs and wikis and... Read morePublished 9 months ago by E. R. Morris
Stuck in a wrought about what to write in my end of degree dissertation, I accidentally found this book and ultimately found a premise for my idea. Read morePublished 9 months ago by vanessa mensah
I read all of my business books with a pen in my hand. In this book, I underlined a lot, added stars and circles where my thinking was most challenged or broadened. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Dan H. Vollink
Changes in how we define, and engage with, knowledge, must be rare, or possibly slow moving. David Weinberger argues persuasively, and often entertainingly, that such a change is... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Mark Irwin