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Autore: Diego De Vita
ISBN: 9788881495191
Grandezza: 56,84 MB
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Autore: Don Tapscott
Editore: Penguin
ISBN: 9781440639487
Grandezza: 50,74 MB
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The acclaimed bestseller that's teaching the world about the power of mass collaboration. Translated into more than twenty languages and named one of the best business books of the year by reviewers around the world, Wikinomics has become essential reading for business people everywhere. It explains how mass collaboration is happening not just at Web sites like Wikipedia and YouTube, but at traditional companies that have embraced technology to breathe new life into their enterprises. This national bestseller reveals the nuances that drive wikinomics, and share fascinating stories of how masses of people (both paid and volunteer) are now creating TV news stories, sequencing the human gnome, remixing their favorite music, designing software, finding cures for diseases, editing school texts, inventing new cosmetics, and even building motorcycles.

L Espresso

Grandezza: 58,72 MB
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Politica, cultura, economia.

1001 Inventions That Changed The World

Editore: Pier 9
ISBN: 9781760523374
Grandezza: 72,26 MB
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Vista: 103
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From the abacus to the zipper, 1001 Inventions That Changed The World is a fascinating catalog of scientific and technological breakthroughs that have had a formative and lasting impact on the human experience. Have you ever wondered who came up with a staircase that moved, leading eventually to the creation of the escalator The genius of some inventions is their simplicity: the paperclip, rivets, boomerangs. Many of the items, processes, concepts, medical firsts, and discoveries in this book are life-saving and life-enhancing: can you imagine a world without seat-belts, antibiotics, toothbrushes, traffic signals, or scissors From the invention of the wheel in the fifth millennium BC to the development of the world wide web and the launch of the MP3 player, this engaging, accessible, and enlightening book reveals the origins and impact of everything from paper to the personal computer, and from penicillin to the contraceptive pill. The worlds of medicine, science, technology, industry, literature, and art have all influenced the way we live, but inventions are essentially human affairs. This book explores the fascinating stories behind the breakthroughs and traces the development of each invention from original concept to completion. 1001 Inventions That Changed The World is nothing less than an alternative history of the world through invention - a comprehensive study of human endeavour.


Autore: Lawrence Lessig
Editore: Penguin
ISBN: 9781594201721
Grandezza: 47,43 MB
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Argues for an end to the practice of criminalizing artists and Internet users who build on the creative works of others and for implementing a collaborative and profitable "hybrid economy" that encourages innovation and protects both creative and ethicalneeds.

Industry And Invention

Autore: Discovery Education
ISBN: 9781742451923
Grandezza: 44,16 MB
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Vista: 9314
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* Explore the real work, its history, peoples, animals and technology * Discover unusual topics and intriguing facts * Learn about recent advances and global events The Discover Education programme is a high-quality illustrated series of books for young readers. 40 titles cover four popular subject areas - social science, science, natural history and history. The text is written for readers at varying reading levels and the topics have been carefully selected to interest and engage young readers, and to stimulate critical thinking.

The Invention Of Enterprise

Autore: David S. Landes
Editore: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400833582
Grandezza: 61,95 MB
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Whether hailed as heroes or cast as threats to social order, entrepreneurs--and their innovations--have had an enormous influence on the growth and prosperity of nations. The Invention of Enterprise gathers together, for the first time, leading economic historians to explore the entrepreneur's role in society from antiquity to the present. Addressing social and institutional influences from a historical context, each chapter examines entrepreneurship during a particular period and in an important geographic location. The book chronicles the sweeping history of enterprise in Mesopotamia and Neo-Babylon; carries the reader through the Islamic Middle East; offers insights into the entrepreneurial history of China, Japan, and Colonial India; and describes the crucial role of the entrepreneur in innovative activity in Europe and the United States, from the medieval period to today. In considering the critical contributions of entrepreneurship, the authors discuss why entrepreneurial activities are not always productive and may even sabotage prosperity. They examine the institutions and restrictions that have enabled or impeded innovation, and the incentives for the adoption and dissemination of inventions. They also describe the wide variations in global entrepreneurial activity during different historical periods and the similarities in development, as well as entrepreneurship's role in economic growth. The book is filled with past examples and events that provide lessons for promoting and successfully pursuing contemporary entrepreneurship as a means of contributing to the welfare of society. The Invention of Enterprise lays out a definitive picture for all who seek an understanding of innovation's central place in our world.

Industrial Policy In America

Autore: Marco R. Di Tommaso
Editore: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1782545182
Grandezza: 23,90 MB
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Vista: 303
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In contrast to what observers have frequently argued, this timely and thought provoking book suggests that the concept of industrial policy is not alien to the American past and present. The debate on this topic in the US has always been full of contradictory rhetoric and policy practices, and the expert authors therefore acknowledge a need to rethink the traditional antagonist positions. They illustrate that contemporary markets continue to demand to be fixed by government policies, and governments continue to show how fixing-the-market policies might fail. The conclusion is that the future of industrial policy is about how to make both markets and governments better in their functioning, but that the real goal for industrial policy is to make better-market and better-government policies consistent with the goal of building a better society. Affirming that it is time to break the taboo and discuss the nationÕs goals, targets, and tools to develop a new, effective American industrial policy, this pathbreaking book will prove a thought provoking and challenging read for students, academics and policymakers with an interest in political economy and industrial policy, public sector and international economics.

Aiki Game Method Aikido From 4 To 15 Years Of Age

Autore: Fabio Ramazzin
Editore: Youcanprint
ISBN: 8892622242
Grandezza: 67,32 MB
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Vista: 8114
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Aiki-Game Method - Aikido from 4 to 15 years of age by Fabio Ramazzin.

Saving Rachel

Autore: John Locke
Editore: Head of Zeus
ISBN: 1781852359
Grandezza: 65,55 MB
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Vista: 5975
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If you had to choose between your wife or your lover, who would you save? Sam Case is in trouble. He is hiding over nine billion dollars for the world's criminals – drug lords, cartel bosses, even the mafia. And now someone wants to take it all from him. With Sam's world about to be turned on its head, enter Donovan Creed (working under an assumed identity, of course) former CIA assassin. To show Sam he means business, he kidnaps the women Sam loves, and then gives him a choice: save his wife, or save his mistress.