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Mobile snapshots: From blogger to brand

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'From Blogger to Brand' visualizes Naldens personal and bizarre journey from the bus stop at Weltevreden in his hometown to the digital heights of Nalden.net, WeTransfer.com and his new project Kuvva. Smiling is the key to success! NALDEN'S 10 COMMANDMENTS 1. Have a positive mental attitude. Be nice. 2. Sharing is caring. 3. Have patience and you can conquer all things. 4. ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published August 1st 2011 by Dutch Media Uitgevers
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Erik
Sep 28, 2011 Erik rated it it was ok
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Soms komen er boeken uit die je eigenlijk niet onder die noemer kunt scharen. Mobile snapshots. From blogger to brand van Nalden en Bare essentials van Dennis de Groot zijn twee voorbeelden. De een wat beter geslaagd dan de ander.

Ten eerste is daar het 'boek' van internetfenomeen Nalden. Zijn Mobile snapshots. From blogger to brand is eigenlijk meer een veredelde kleurenwaaier voor de nieuwe styling van je huiskamer. Mooi verpakt in een deftig doosje, dat dan weer wel.

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