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New Rules for the New Economy

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New Rules for the New Economy
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Publisher: Penguin
ISBN/ASIN: 014028060X
ISBN-13: 9780140280609
Number of pages: 191

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Founding editor of Wired magazine, Kevin Kelly has long been one of the new economy's chief hypesters. In this book Kelly tries to encapsulate the characteristics of this emerging economic order by laying out 10 rules for how the wired world operates. The result is a dizzying and thought-provoking look at the behavior of networks and their effect on our economic lives. At the root of this network revolution is communication.

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