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  • What Would Google Do?

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 3 mins)
    • By Jeff Jarvis
    • Narrated By Jeff Jarvis
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (987)
    Performance
    (300)
    Story
    (303)

    In a book that's one part prophecy, one part thought experiment, one part manifesto, and one part survival manual, internet impresario and blogging pioneer Jeff Jarvis reverse-engineers Google, the fastest-growing company in history, to discover 40 clear and straightforward rules to manage and live by.

    Justin says: "A great place to start...."
    "Practice what you preach"
    Overall

    This is a good book about the doing business in the Google world, Google style. I gave it a 4 because Jeff Jarvis doesn't really practice what he preaches, but overall a good read.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • The Return of Depression Economics and the Crisis of 2008

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 32 mins)
    • By Paul Krugman
    • Narrated By Don Leslie
    Overall
    (210)
    Performance
    (48)
    Story
    (51)

    In this new, greatly updated edition of The Return of Depression Economics, Krugman shows how the failure of regulation to keep pace with an increasingly out-of-control financial system set the United States, and the world as a whole, up for the greatest financial crisis since the 1930s. He also lays out the steps that must be taken to contain the crisis, and turn around a world economy sliding into a deep recession.

    John Satterfield says: "Buy the printed book"
    "Examples don't really make sense"
    Overall

    Paul Krugman is definitely a Keynesian and doesn't let you know until about the end of the book. The examples he provides don't really make a lot of sense. An interesting read if you are looking for a different point of view than those who believe in letting the free market work. He believes in the need for the government to spend us out of the recession.

    1 of 5 people found this review helpful

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