Alan Uster Uster itibaren Texas
This is not a clear, concise plan on how to market on the cheap or market in tiny bites. Most of it is about word of mouth marketing, and while that is important doesn't give a clear picture besides set up booths in the community and talk to people.
Fascinating counterpoint to this book is the essay ( you can buy it on amazon cheap) by Jon Krakauer that exposes this book and the story behind it as a fraud. Must read.
Very fun book to read to children!
i am sorry to give this book one measly star. i am a huge admirer of hofstadter's work. i would fanatically recommend any of his books, which are all fantastic and required reading by this point for all intellectually-minded people interested in "putting it all together". i was therefore ecstatic that he should finally publish another book, but crushed upon reading it. the principle point is that though he purports to have some new big answer, this book merely retraces terrain he covered decades ago. it gives us all the same paradigm shifts that he presented throughout his other books, simply collected into one volume and severely abbreviated in scope. it does not put them together. we get no new thinking, no astounding new products of his analytical genius. this book might be great for a first-timer who wants to know what hofstadter's about. but for those of us who've read his prior books and spent years thinking about them and the implications of their concepts, this is a regrettable waste of time. if you haven't read him and you're thinking about reading this, skip it and go straight for "godel, escher, bach". you will be profoundly rewarded.