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Jump Point: How Network Culture Is Revolutionizing Business

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Plug into the nonstop global economy of billion-selling products and trillion-dollar markets

The Web 3.0 world of "pandemic economics" is a new economy that will function outside the traditional laws of commerce, free from today's impediments to business growth, and in a world where every person is connected to each other. "Jump Point" is the powerful guide that will help y...more
ebook, 240 pages
Published February 2nd 2008 by McGraw-Hill (first published January 28th 2008)
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Tom Hayes has been called a tastemaker for the new net generation and one of the most influential executives and bloggers in high tech today. He has spent a career making sense out of emerging technology trends, serving as a senior marketing executive at Silicon Valley stalwarts Hewlett Packard and Applied Materials, and network software upstart, Enea.

In the 1990s, Hayes was the founding Chairman...more
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