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The Lean Startup, or how the best entrepreneurs don’t listen to customers

 

“We really did have customers in those early days— true visionary early adopters— and we often talked to them and asked for their feedback. But we emphatically did not do what they said.” This startling admission appears in the first page of The Lean

Classic computing titles: The Inmates are running the Asylum

Whatever they teach you on a computing degree, it doesn’t seem to be sufficient to create an effective web site. One of the paradoxes of the modern world is that we are surrounded by IT, and yet those who have studied IT formally seem often …

Can you learn how to build an online community from a book?

Well, there are plenty of books out there that imply you can. I selected two of the more widely available titles and compared them:

Millington, R., 2012. Buzzing communities: how to build bigger, better, and more active online communities. FeverBee.

Ng, D., 2011. Online community …

Negotiating Licences for Digital Resources (Fiona Durrant, 2006)

Professional books are usually made up of either or both of two strands. Either they tell you where the world is heading (the futurologist approach), or they tell you how to manage with the world as it is (the cookbook approach). It’s much rarer when …

JSTOR: A History, by Roger Schonfeld

JSTOR is a familiar name to anyone in higher education. What is it, and how did it become such a brand name so quickly in the education world?

Answers to these questions can be found in JSTOR: A History, by Roger Schonfeld (Princeton University Press, …

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