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The pirate's dilemma : how youth culture reinvented capitalism

Author: Matt Mason
Publisher: London : Allen Lane, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Tells the stories of youth culture uncovering, what it is that transforms underground scenes into global industries. This book unravels some of our basic assumptions about business and society and  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Matt Mason
ISBN: 9781846141201 1846141206
OCLC Number: 191891171
Description: pages cm
Contents: Intro: Enter the lollipop --
Punk capitalism : from D.I.Y. to downloading sneakers --
The Tao of pirates : sea forts, patent trolls, and why we need piracy --
We invented the remix : cut-'n'-paste culture creates some new common ground --
The art of war : street art, branding, and the battle for public space --
Boundaries : disco nuns, the death of the record industry, and our open-source future --
Real talk : how hip-hop makes billions and could bring about world peace --
Ethernomics : pillow fights, happy slaps, and other memes that leave a mark --
Outro: The pirates dilemma : changing the game theory.
Responsibility: Matt Mason.

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Pirates bring choice and cause change. In this stunning book, Matt Mason forgets the parrots and the eye patches, but manages to teach us all a great deal. I learned a lot -- Seth Godin, author of Read more...

 
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