1. Accidental Empires
Robert Cringely. £8.99
The contradictions and everyday insanity of computer industry empire building are chronicled in this brief history.
Patricia Seybold. £20
So, what makes e-commerce work successfully? This book features case studies galore from Hertz, PhotoDisc and Wells Fargo.
3. Boo Hoo
Ernst Malmsten. £17.99
The gory story of Boo.com in all its glory. From golden threads to sackcloth.
4. The Internet Galaxy
Manuel Castells. £14.99
The A-Z guide to the Internet and a good selection of links. A thorough guide to online business.
5. The Social Life of Information
John Seely Brown. £18.99
An attempt to moderate the high-tech medium with a human message. Time to to put the technological brakes on?
6. Information Rules
Carl Shapiro. £22.99
The book that shows you how to apply classic economic principles to the brave new information age.
7. The Cluetrain Manifesto Christopher Locke. £18.00
The real power of the web exposed.
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