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Unfortunately, this book is just frustrating to read.
Tapscott does a great job of illustrating the very real possibilities associated with the new social and collaborative capabilities provided by the web.
In addition the book is very balanced in its presentation, acknowledging the potential pitfalls and unresolved problems of collaboration.
Excellent book, well researched. I use references from this book all the time.Published 3 months ago by Patrick T. Stingley
This genius goes on for several hundred pages about how the intellectual property system of today is hundreds of years old. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kent Clizbe
I purchased this book to inform myself for a project I was doing for work. It does give some great tips for collaboration, but much of it is obvious. Read morePublished 8 months ago by echo_star
My review is for the audio book, skillfully read by Alan Sklar. I usually listen to audio cd's during my commute, preferably non-fiction, and this seemed like an interesting topic... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jill Clardy
I personally did not get to read this book within the course I took; although, others who were able to did tell me that it did a great job of explaining how group effort enhances... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Heather M. Pond
This book is a pretty inclusive book on all the Web 2.0/ Business 2.0 concepts.
They have covered pretty much everything that matters. Read more
I'm fascinated and mildly fearful where our world is going now that we are all connected via the Internet and now that the Internet has moved beyond it's main function of porn. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Charlotte A. Hu
As a Wired-reading employee of the tech industry, I don't think I am the target audience for this book. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Erik A. Saltwell
Ok - so I am admittedly late to the party. This book came out in 2006. While I've obviously heard of Wikipedia and Linux, I was thinking there was more to know about how this... Read morePublished on October 16, 2012 by MPR