- Tapa dura: 304 páginas
- Editor: Random House; Edición: 1st (1 de julio de 2003)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0375502904
- ISBN-13: 978-0375502903
Detalles del producto
The founder of Wired, Louis Rossetto, is strong-willed man and in the early 1990's has a definite view on how the world will change with the upcoming wired revolution. Rossetto's vision and character are essential for the magazine's quick success, but later these same traits almost cost the magazine's investors dearly.
An interesting tale by a talented writer. I recommend this book.
I have read Wired since its beginning but have tossed my copies. After reading this book I bought a nearly complete set of issues on Ebay for the first seven years (1993-2000), including the premier issue from January 1993, thinking I would enjoy reading some of the early issues again. In any case, they look nice in my library.
The author is a Wired editor with first-hand knowledge of all but the earliest of Rossetto's years at Wired.
If you are fond of the history of Silicon Valley (as I am), then this is for you. Otherwise there is not much here for the average Joe.
OK, but a VERY quick read.