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by Ken Auletta

eBook Googled (Korean Edition) download ISBN: 8963894657
Author: Ken Auletta
Publisher: Time Biz (February 1, 2010)
Language: Korean
Pages: 544
ePub: 1698 kb
Fb2: 1981 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Work and Money
Subcategory: Biography and History

Ken Auletta has produced the seminal book about media in the digital age. It is a triumph of reporting and analysis, filled with revealing scenes, fascinating tales, and candid interviews

Ken Auletta has produced the seminal book about media in the digital age. It is a triumph of reporting and analysis, filled with revealing scenes, fascinating tales, and candid interviews. Google is both a driver and a symbol of a glorious disruption in the media world, and Auletta chronicles, in a balance and thoughtful way, both that glory and that disruption. -Walter Isaacson, author of Einstein: His Life and Universe and Benjamin Franklin: An American Life. Ken Auletta has written the Annals of Communications column and profiles for The New Yorker since 1992. He is the author of eight books, including Three Blind Mice, Greed and Glory on Wall Street, and World War .

At last, a book about Google that does not require readers to get in touch . Auletta does an excellent job capturing the biography of Google along with.

At last, a book about Google that does not require readers to get in touch with their inner geek. Auletta does an excellent job capturing the biography of Google along with snippets of the lives of those involved with Google and other companies from 1998 to 2009.

Bestselling writer, journalist, and media critic Ken Auletta was born on April 23, 1942

Bestselling writer, journalist, and media critic Ken Auletta was born on April 23, 1942. He grew up in Brooklyn, New York and earned a . from SUNY Oswego and an . in political science from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. Auletta has appeared on numerous television programs and written several books, including Three Blind Mice: How the TV Networks Lost Their Way; Greed and Glory On Wall Street: The Fall of The House of Lehman; World War . : Microsoft and Its Enemies; Media Man: Ted Turner's Improbable Empire; and Googled: The End of the World As We Know It.

Kenneth B. Auletta (born April 23, 1942) is an American writer, journalist and media critic for The New Yorker. Auletta, the son of an Italian-American father and a Jewish-American mother, grew up in Coney Island, Brooklyn, where he attended Abraham. Auletta, the son of an Italian-American father and a Jewish-American mother, grew up in Coney Island, Brooklyn, where he attended Abraham Lincoln High School. Auletta is a graduate of State University of New York at Oswego (SUNY Oswego), and received his . in political science from Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University.

Googled by Ken Auletta. On a sunny July afternoon in Sun Valley, three friends who had competed and cooperated for a quarter century - Robert Iger, the CEO of Disney, Les Moonves, the CEO of CBS, and Peter Chernin, then the COO of News Corp - gathered for sodas. They sat beside a tranquil pond, but their world was not serene. By the summer of 2008, the economy had started its swoon. The shrinking of the audience for their broadcast networks and TV stations had accelerated. Their stock prices were getting mauled, while the value of digital companies like Google soared

er 27, 2007, and October 15, 2007. 187 Why does Google need to collect all of this information? : author interview with Marc Rotenberg, October 15, 2007. 187 behavioral targeting : Arik Hesseldahl, A Rich. Vein for ‘Reality Mining,’ BusinessWeek, May 5, 2008.

Ken Auletta has produced the definitive history of Google, which is both balanced and thorough, taking us through the 12 years of Google's existence.

Ken Auletta has produced the definitive history of Google, which is both balanced and thorough, taking us through the 12 years of Google's existence More. Gordon Ross at the Market Magazine.

San Francisco Chronicle Just eleven years old, Google has profoundly transformed the way we live and work-we've all been Googled. Esteemed media writer Ken Auletta uses the story of Google's rise to explore the future of media at large