Chicago, IL USA | Member Since 2009
It was ok. It wasn't exactly what I wanted.
Not in the least, but please find a different narrator for this genre. His pronunciation was off quite often.
The narrator could have done a little research on the pronunciation of common tech and business jargon.
I didn't take away as much as I would have liked. Most of the topics I am aware of from working in, and personal interest in, the tech industry. Due to the title containing the word "How", I was expecting to get more details on how companies accomplished technological feats rather than just that they did them. Most of the topics, such as the details covering on Google's retro-fitting an old Finnish paper mill into a super-efficient data center, all could have been written with a little web research. I was expecting more on-the-ground, spoke to the engineer that led the project personally, and found some gems on techniques and applications for driving technology in specific areas. My expectations may have been a little high.
On a positive note, for those that need a primer on best-in-tech of 2012, this will be a great read.
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