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The Facebook story

Author: Sarah Lacy
Publisher: Richmond, England : Crimson, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Dubbed 'Web 2.0', many of us are familiar with sites such as Facebook, YouTube and MySpace - but how did these phenomena begin? This book explores the stories behind the sites.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sarah Lacy
ISBN: 9781854584885 185458488X
OCLC Number: 454646604
Notes: Includes index.
Published in the United States as: Once you're lucky, twice you're good.
Description: 344 pages, [8] pages of plates : illustrations ; 20 cm
Contents: Prologue --
Winning is everything --
Bubbling back up --
Fuck the sweater-vests --
Lemmings at the gate --
The mob giveth and the mob taketh away --
The return of the king --
The Mark Zuckerberg phenomenon --
World domination --
Midtown doornail --
Sell out --
The nontrepreneur --
Epilogue.
Other Titles: Once you're lucky, twice you're good
Responsibility: Sarah Lacy.
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Facebook, YouTube and myspace. Unheard of a few years ago, these are all now household names. All three were started with little more than an idea, passion and effort. Yet all three are now used by  Read more...

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Intimate, behind the scenes glimpses into Silicon Valley --Mark Horowitz, WIRED Lacy obviously spent a great deal of time with these celebrated entrepreneurs. Her descriptions of their business Read more...

 
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