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“Boomerang: Travels in the New Third World”

With “Boomerang: Travels in the New Third World” (W.W. Norton & Company, 2011), Michael Lewis shows off his journalistic talents with a serious and searing book about the financial crises.

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15 forgotten Web 1.0 sites

Even though the dot-com boom resulted in online powerhouses like Amazon and eBay, it also left a lot of once-promising websites for dead.

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“The Girl Who Played With Fire”

In his 600-page novel, Stieg Larsson covers the corruption of big business and the depravity of what really goes on in sex trafficking.

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Condemning the “go green” movement may seem like a risky move, but David Owen pulls it off. In “Green Metropolis: Why Living Smaller, Living Closer, and Driving Less are the Keys to Sustainability,” Owen backs up his otherwise mind-boggling statements with thoroughly researched facts. Though most people have condemned Manhattan as an ecological housing nightmare, Owen believes that the city should serve as a model of environmental stewardship for communities around the world. Nobody wants to have a car in New York, Owen claims, because the streets are always so congested, thus encouraging hundreds of thousands of commuters to walk, take the bus, or hop on a subway. Aside from championing the green lifestyles of the Manhattan community, he criticizes the green culture’s move away from cities and toward open space, replete with high-tech products that waste money and promote wishful-thinking consumerism. Kurt Anderson, author of “The Real Thing,” calls the book “a bracing, important work of contrarian truth-telling.” And Publishers Weekly has this to say:

“Green Metropolis”

In “Green Metropolis,” David Owen argues that New York City is not only the greatest place to live in America—it’s also the greenest.

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Tripleseat, like an ideal hostess, makes communication and organization easy for professionals in the restaurant or event planning industries.

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On Twitter: Chris Brogan

Chris Brogan wants businesses to recognize Twitter is key to their development. He helps redefine community and builds up companies through social networking.

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Twitter Means Business

“Twitter Means Business”

This book argues that if your company isn’t on Twitter, you’re probably missing out on a valuable opportunity.

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Twitter Revolution

“Twitter Revolution”

The book “Twitter Revolution” helps you to stay on the cutting edge with a look at how Twitter is changing the business world (and how you can take advantage of it).

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Twitter Power

“Twitter Power”

Learn how to turn your business into a Twitter success story from the expert on making money online.

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