Internet Book Reviews
The Internet grows exponentially, with new servers coming on line and new sites created every day. Some books have suggested that the Internet has or will soon become a tool of the government, business or more sinister forces to control human behavior. Other books extol the possibilities created by our increased connectivity, suggesting that humans might one day become united in purpose and act as the brain of a conscious Earth, Gaia. The origins and history of the ‘Net and the effects it has on the culture as people adopt its use can be fascinating subjects. To find books on all aspects of the Internet and associated cultural phenomena, start in our collection of book reviews. Reviewers describe different books and offer their opinions as to the usefulness and readability of the information therein. Some writers are technically apt and go into depth, while others focus on how enjoyable a book is to read.
Displaying 1-10 of 18 result(s).Go to page: Build It, And They Will Come?
Posted by Samuel Adam. Published on Jan 22, 2010
A misconception common among companies offering goods or services is that they only have to float a page and customers will snap it up. Let us face it. You are a financial wizard and few can beat you at that. You are a trader of uncommon acumen and your rivals envy at that.
Two Things That Make You One In Million
Posted by Samuel Adam. Published on Jan 22, 2010
What makes that lone individual noted in a bursting crowd? You have often wondered. To be one in million takes more than luck or fate. It is the outcome of a conscious effort to groom oneself and get noticed. And, in these days of bewildering technology, one must get the aid of a pro for proper grooming.
Business Marketing Strategy That Double Results
Posted by vijay uniyal. Published on Oct 20, 2009
Many small business owners, remember small is defined as companies with under 500 employees, fail to market themselves and consequently continue to lose market share. The inability to increase sales revenue goes beyond the expertise of your sales staff and is directly tied into your marketing plan.
Book Review Of How To Do Everything With Web 2.0 Mashups
Posted by Mike Nardine. Published on Oct 19, 2009
This book grows on you. I originally purchased it to find out something about mashups. I'd come across the term before and hadn't been satisfied with the explanations I'd found. This book at once did an admirable job of that; I'm satisfied I now know a mashup when I see one.
New To Web 2.0? Here Is A Book Review Of A Great Book For You
Posted by Mike Nardine. Published on Sep 29, 2009
This is a fine book for someone who wants to learn more about the Internet but doesn't want to get bogged down in the technical morass. Author Bell doesn't torment us estimating kilobytes or explaining domain name servers. Web 2.0, she says, depends on sharing among users, and she sets out to show us how we all can benefit from this collaboration.
Book Review – Google Speaks By Janet Lowe
Posted by Mary-Montague Sikes. Published on Sep 25, 2009
Google Speaks is an informative read for those who want to know more about the creation of Google and those who developed it. The story of Sergey Brin, a young Russian immigrant, and Larry Page, described as a typical American boy in most ways, this book is, also, the story of the founding of Google, a company designated by Time magazine in 2006 as the smartest company of the year.
Review Of "magento – Beginner's Guide" By William Rice
Posted by Ken Ramirez. Published on Aug 17, 2009
This article focuses on providing a review of the book entitled "Magento – Beginner's Guide" by William Rice, published by Packt press. Magento provides an e-commerce platform for building online stores that can have a custom theme for its look and feel. Furthermore, right out of the box, Magento provides many of the advanced features, such as Web 2.0 and Ajax that many other platforms just don't currently have, or at least not right out of the box. Read on for a complete review of this great book.
Shame The Bad Boys Of Email Spam
Posted by vipin rana 8446. Published on Jul 18, 2009
The majority of Unsolicited Commercial Email (UCE) or spam is sent by a relatively small group of dedicated professional spammers. The Register of Known Spam Operations (ROKSO) indicates that 80% of all spam comes from just 200 known spam operations. This data is in line with research completed by Cipher Trust research scientists, which indicates that most spam originates from a relatively small group of tightly integrated spam networks. While were all very familiar with the spam messages we receive each day, it is interesting to take a look at who these spammers are to put a face to
Review Of Google Cash 3 – Is It A Worthwhile Investment?
Posted by Ryan Conway. Published on Jul 06, 2009
Together with a four years old history holding the position of ebook best-seller, Google Cash 3 states to be the world's most speedy money-earning opportunity. Surely, it sounds good to your ears- however, does it really keep up to the promises?
Finding The Right Domain Names
Posted by raj thakur. Published on Jun 13, 2009
A domain represents the unique name assigned to an organization or individual on the Internet. For instance, we are all familiar with names such as google.com, microsoft.com, and so on. A particular name (domain) may only be owned by one person or company. To use an analogy, a domain represents your "street address" where you live on the Internet. It uniquely identifies where you can be found. Having a straight-forward, easy to remember domain is crucial to your business success.. Go to page: