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the information age
Memoir. Manifesto. Playbook.
There was a time not so long ago when going online was synonymous with America Online, largely because of the vision and drive of AOL CEO Steve Case. Under...
7 Books In Which Technology Goes Horribly Wrong
Anyone who has suffered a computer crash that deletes seven years’ worth of emails, photos, and Word docs knows technology doesn’t always work...
David Pogue Shares 7 Time-Saving Techie Tips from
David Pogue wants you to get to know your favorite devices a whole lot better, through tech’s best-kept usability secrets. The author, speaker,...
apps & crafts
Like This App? Love This Book!
Sore neck. Eyes glazing over. The spinning wheel of death. Sometimes, it’s good to step away from the screen and pick up a book. But just because...
A Review of the New Book on Twitter’s Founding…In 13 Tweets
Hatching Twitter: A True Story of Money, Power, Friendship, and Betrayal: Good title. I would have added words to get it to 140 characters. Author,...
5 Books That Predicted The Internet
Someday I’ll be able to tell my daughter that I grew up in a time before the internet, and she’ll look at me the same way I used to look at my...
battle of the authors
Dave Eggers’ New Book Accused Of Being a “Rewrite”
On Friday, author Kate Losse wrote an impassioned blog post accusing Dave Eggers’ forthcoming novel, The Circle, of being a “rewrite” of...
Romeo, Juliet, and 9 More Characters Who Could’ve Used a Cell Phone
Bear with me for a moment: the argument that modern books will never reach the same heights as classic novels is true. The reason? Much of classic...