Measure What Matters: How Google, Bono, and the Gates Foundation Rock the World with OKRs by John E. Doerr
I wanted to like The Atrocity Archives more than I did (which is still quite a bit)... I'm glad I pressed on to The Jennifer Morgue which is a tight spy thriller, a send up of spy thrillers and manages to be funny and moving in turns. I'm stuck in for the duration of the Laundry Files at this point.
It's a homage to the 80s and early computer games set in the ultimate MMORPG of the future. What's not to love?
- Lists of award-winning/nominated science fiction books from Boing Boing (#todo @myEN).
- Bill Gross Explains What’s Different About Chime.in: “You Can Follow A Part Of A Person” from TechCrunch (Gross is right #w2s).
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- The TiVo Premiere Elite: 4 Tuners, 2 TB, Available Today For $499 from TechCrunch (Still no clock...).
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