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Review: Accidental Empires

User Review  - Song - Goodreads

It's a truly pleasant experience to read this book, actually I should confess that I laughed A LOT in the reading. The book is hilarious. Besides the fun part, I was inspired by this book too. This ... Read full review

Review: Accidental Empires

User Review  - Anthony - Goodreads

Interesting insight into the valley from. Entertaining. Read full review

Review: Accidental Empires

User Review  - Reggie - Goodreads

Accidental Empires by Robert Cringely, released in 1992, tells the story of an insider's view of the rise of the personal computing era. The Rebooted edition was released online for free earlier this ... Read full review

Review: Accidental Empires

User Review  - Pujan - Goodreads

Old but gold! An amazing read providing precious insight into how PC industry was originated and is functioning and how empires such as Microsoft and Apple were born. Highly recommended Read full review

Review: Accidental Empires

User Review  - Joseph Hillenburg - Goodreads

It's very informative, and in my view, should be read along with The Innovator's Dilemma: The Revolutionary Book That Will Change the Way You Do Business. From a historical standpoint, it was right-on ... Read full review

Review: Accidental Empires

User Review  - Bart Masciale - Goodreads

I've read this book about 15 times and I never get tired of it. Read full review

Review: Accidental Empires

User Review  - Rita Ingabire - Goodreads

a hilarious look at the rise of silicon valley Read full review

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User Review  - Patrick - Goodreads

Not an easy read but has interesting information. Read full review

Review: Accidental Empires

User Review  - Socialbookshelves.com - Goodreads

When you read a book about computing, you can generally predict how good it's going to be based upon how recently the first edition was released. Things move so quickly in the computing world (thanks ... Read full review

Review: Accidental Empires

User Review  - Bryan - Goodreads

This book was written in 1992, with two add-on chapters from 1996. It's sort of a classic in the genre of histories of Silicon Valley. It's common to read stuff about pirates or knights or whatever ... Read full review


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