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Here Comes Everybody: How Change Happens when People Come Together
Here Comes Everybody: How Change Happens when People Come Together
by Clay Shirky
Edition: Paperback
Price: £10.68

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great book taking you from novice to infomed, 19 April 2010
This is a really great book for anyone trying to understand exactly what social technology is doing to the world and how to become a part of it. It goes beyond hype and buzzwords and really describes the social effects of how the web is being used. The description of how significant lowering in transaction costs has re-defined what is possible was a key learning for me. By the end of this book you are likely to have your own informed opinion and you should be well placed to critique the opinions of others.


SharePoint 2007 Collaboration For Dummies
SharePoint 2007 Collaboration For Dummies
by Greg Harvey
Edition: Paperback
Price: £16.99

4.0 out of 5 stars A good reference book, 19 April 2010
If you are user looking for a reference book on sharepoint, this one is pretty good. For example, if you have questions like "Can I save a document directly to sharepoint rather than uploading an existing locally stored copy" then you will find such answers in this book. Of course, you need to know what questions to ask. In other words, you probably need a bit of expereince using sharepoint before you will get a lot of value from this book. However, I think that is simply down to the nature of Sharepoint as opposed to any failing on the part of the book. It would be hard for any book to describe sharepoint in an intuitive way because the application is itself not exactly intuitive.


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