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User Review  - dgmlrhodes - LibraryThing

A must read in any business person's library. The game is changing and this has a lot of great ideas on spurring innovation in a collaborative environment. Read full review

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User Review  - Sisifus - LibraryThing

I've read Barabási's (Linked) and Merchant's (New How) books before this one so most ideas were already known, but Tapscott's approach was a bit closer to what I was looking or wanted to hear about ... Read full review

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User Review  - johnnyryan - LibraryThing

The title of the book gives the game away. The message of the book has been so tightly refined that the author's - to their credit - boil the theory down to one word. Read full review

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User Review  - librarythingaliba - LibraryThing

I had a lot harder time reading this book than I expected. While it was interesting, I think the fact that it is talking about things that have already happened is a little difficult. Felt a little ... Read full review

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User Review  - StarofSophia - LibraryThing

A good "brain-jogger" to help you think more creatively about business, but feel free to skim rather than read deep, as it's very repetitive and talky instead of precise (a bane of most wikis). Read full review

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That the nature of work, collaboration, and other economic activities is changing very rapidly these days is indisputable. However, it is not immediately clear to everyone what are the forces that are driving this change and what sorts of effects it may have. This book tries to answer these and many other questions in the realm of how the latest advances in various information tools are enabling the radical shift in collaborative production. It is a very readable book aimed at the general audience. The fact that it doesn't delve too deeply into the technical details (like the "Long Tail, The, Revised and Updated Edition: Why the Future of Business is Selling Less of More") may be a plus, as this way it may be more suitable to appeal to the wider readership base. Overall, it is an interesting read if you are not familiar with the general trends in open and collaborative economy. 

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User Review  - brianclegg - LibraryThing

Interesting if tediously upbeat and attempting-to-be-hip-by-coining-awful-words look at the mass collaboration, mostly via the Net. Read full review

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