A few books worth taking a look at
Chris Brogan’s new bestseller. Chris follows his own advice, which is rare, and succeeds at it, which is rarer still…
Six Pixels of Separation
Mitch Joel brings it home. Direct and clear advice about how new media changes your brand forever.
The Space Merchants
This book is a winner, even though it’s fifty years old. A sparkling combination of marketing, futurism and space opera drama. It stuck with me for months.
Your Child in the Balance
The Tom Peters Seminar
No Impact Man!
No Impact Man: The Adventures of a Guilty Liberal Who Attempts to Save the Planet, and the Discoveries He Makes About Himself and Our Way of Life in the Process
It’s finally here. The chronicle of a year-long experiment that will make you really think about your footprint on the planet.
The Magic of Thinking Big
How We Decide
Seeing is Forgetting the Name of the Thing One Sees
Dense, a little scattered and occasionally riveting, this book may change the way you think about art, forever.
The Red Queen
From the Trendhunter guy!
Made to Stick
Little Brother moves Cory from the ranks of astoundingly good science fiction author to one-of-a-kind. Your teenagers should read this, so buy two copies so you actually get to read it.
Don’t Bite the Hook
Don’t Bite the Hook: Finding Freedom from Anger, Resentment, and Other Destructive Emotions [DONT BITE THE HOOK]
This might be my favorite of her many recordings. Hard to find, though.
Here Comes Everybody
Clay is both the erudite professor and the compelling author, a rare combination. This book will change the way you think about our revolution.
New marketing and new business thinking for those open to hearing it. Rajesh is consistently generous with his wisdom.
The Noodle King and I
Funny, poignant and apparently true. I couldn’t put this one down. (and there’s even marketing in it).
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