Milton is no longer orbiting this hairball

If you're looking for new things to read, check out some of my recent finds.

Orbiting the Giant Hairball by Gordon MacKenzieI've just finished Orbiting the Giant Hairball (US price) (UK price) by Gordon MacKenzie. A great off-beat book about surviving in the corporate world and thinking clearly about corporations. Worth reading if you're either a manager or would like to avoid being too managed.

In my never-ending quest for the perfect marketing textbook, I'm currently reading Waiting for your Cat to Bark? (US price) (UK price) by Bryan and Jeffrey Eisenberg.

Online, I like to check up on the Web 2.0 news at Webware.com. Quite a few tips and tricks here, some are even useful.


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Milton Friedman, author of books such as Capitalism and Freedom (US price) (UK price) and There's No Such Thing as a Free Lunch (US price) (UK price) died on Nov 16, 2006. He was likely the most influential enemy of socialist thinking of the 20th century. We have him to thank for a large part of the individual choice and liberal economies, with their accompanying individual freedoms, that we are experiencing in the west today. RIP.

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Last updated by Jack on 24 November, 2006 in Reading.

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