Ctrl Alt Delete: Reboot Your Business. Reboot Your Life. Your Future Depends on It.

Ctrl Alt Delete: Reboot Your Business. Reboot Your Life. Your Future Depends on It.

The DNA of business has changed. Forever. You can blame technology, smartphones, social media, online shopping and everything else, but nothingchanges this reality: we are in a moment of business purgatory. So, what are you going to do about it? Mitch Joel, one of the world's leading experts in new media, warns that the time has come to CTRL ALT DELETE. To reboot and to st The DNA of business has changed. Forever. You can blame technology, smartphones, social media, online shopping an...

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Title:Ctrl Alt Delete: Reboot Your Business. Reboot Your Life. Your Future Depends on It.
Author:Mitch Joel
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Genres:Business
ISBN:1455523305
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:288 pages pages

Ctrl Alt Delete: Reboot Your Business. Reboot Your Life. Your Future Depends on It. Reviews

  • Paul
    Aug 20, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...

    Incredibly insightful and relevant book on how to view and run business in his day and age and for a while to come. The book covers aspects of business from ideas and marketing to execution and delivery. Excellent read. ...

    Good reminder that you have to to give people what they actually want and need. A true utility. And the'll love you forever. Or until your competitor is giving more utility. ...

    Not too much exited to recommend this book, to sum it up, the world is changing be ready! ...

    Digital technology and the Internet have changed American business from top to bottom (what else is new?). What can you, or your company, do to survive in this new landscape? This book gives some answers. If your company doesn't already have a social media presence, forget about hir...

  • Gregory
    Jul 06, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...

    Incredibly insightful and relevant book on how to view and run business in his day and age and for a while to come. The book covers aspects of business from ideas and marketing to execution and delivery. Excellent read. ...

    Good reminder that you have to to give people what they actually want and need. A true utility. And the'll love you forever. Or until your competitor is giving more utility. ...

    Not too much exited to recommend this book, to sum it up, the world is changing be ready! ...

    Digital technology and the Internet have changed American business from top to bottom (what else is new?). What can you, or your company, do to survive in this new landscape? This book gives some answers. If your company doesn't already have a social media presence, forget about hir...

    Another marketing book that I read while filtering all content through the eyes of an educator. Once again I have found a business/marketing books to be quite helpful when thinking about education. These people are cutting edge and Mitch Joel is right there among the best. Since readin...

    Good, fast read for business people. You could hear Mitch Joel's voice resonating through --meaning it is not written in typical business argot. How do I know? I'm a big fan of Mitch Joel's podcast, TwistImage. In fact some of the insights in the book are drawn out from some of the int...

    The search for books about re-positioning brands started with Brand Aid: An Easy Reference Guide to Solving Your Toughest Branding Problems and Strengthening Your Market Position, then Seth Godin's Free Prize Inside: The Next Big Marketing Idea, and now this one by Mitch Joel. What I l...

    Marketing in purgatory! In our current state of social, technological and economic flux, we have to embrace change and change our approach to business as usual. Mitch Joel does a nice job of listing ideas, principles and strategies for success not only in product marketing, but life. ...

    "You can do a whole lot with very little." I've been a fan of Mitch Joel's for years, because he says the things that I think, only better. He understands that marketing today, whether it's for a major brand or an individual artist or an out-of-work middle manager, is personal. You ...

    _Ctrl Alt Delete_ is a view of the new business future from Mitch Joel, who has authored the blog "Six Pixels of Separation" for years. Thanks to technology and especially social media, business is changing - fast. That means all of us must change how we manage our careers. The author ...

    Just highlight the whole book? I think this is the book with the most notes compared to pages of the 200+ kindle titles I've completed. It is also the most "expensive" to read, as I ended up searching up and buying three of the books referenced. A cheap price for inspiration and ene...

    Mitch Joel does it again! His earlier Six Pixels caught the wave a few years back on the changing digital landscape. Ctrl Alt Delete is a splendid update. The book is in two parts; the first handles the changing perspective for marketers and business folks generally. Read it to underst...

    A few interesting points in this book...career as squiggle...twelve easyish steps to starting a blog - both of these were good information. BUT the authors fan-boy attitude towards Apple got in the way. You can't go very many pages or often paragraphs without a mention of Apple, or Ste...

  • Nick
    May 18, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...

    Incredibly insightful and relevant book on how to view and run business in his day and age and for a while to come. The book covers aspects of business from ideas and marketing to execution and delivery. Excellent read. ...

    Good reminder that you have to to give people what they actually want and need. A true utility. And the'll love you forever. Or until your competitor is giving more utility. ...

    Not too much exited to recommend this book, to sum it up, the world is changing be ready! ...

    Digital technology and the Internet have changed American business from top to bottom (what else is new?). What can you, or your company, do to survive in this new landscape? This book gives some answers. If your company doesn't already have a social media presence, forget about hir...

    Another marketing book that I read while filtering all content through the eyes of an educator. Once again I have found a business/marketing books to be quite helpful when thinking about education. These people are cutting edge and Mitch Joel is right there among the best. Since readin...

    Good, fast read for business people. You could hear Mitch Joel's voice resonating through --meaning it is not written in typical business argot. How do I know? I'm a big fan of Mitch Joel's podcast, TwistImage. In fact some of the insights in the book are drawn out from some of the int...

    The search for books about re-positioning brands started with Brand Aid: An Easy Reference Guide to Solving Your Toughest Branding Problems and Strengthening Your Market Position, then Seth Godin's Free Prize Inside: The Next Big Marketing Idea, and now this one by Mitch Joel. What I l...

    Marketing in purgatory! In our current state of social, technological and economic flux, we have to embrace change and change our approach to business as usual. Mitch Joel does a nice job of listing ideas, principles and strategies for success not only in product marketing, but life. ...

    "You can do a whole lot with very little." I've been a fan of Mitch Joel's for years, because he says the things that I think, only better. He understands that marketing today, whether it's for a major brand or an individual artist or an out-of-work middle manager, is personal. You ...

    _Ctrl Alt Delete_ is a view of the new business future from Mitch Joel, who has authored the blog "Six Pixels of Separation" for years. Thanks to technology and especially social media, business is changing - fast. That means all of us must change how we manage our careers. The author ...

    Just highlight the whole book? I think this is the book with the most notes compared to pages of the 200+ kindle titles I've completed. It is also the most "expensive" to read, as I ended up searching up and buying three of the books referenced. A cheap price for inspiration and ene...

    Mitch Joel does it again! His earlier Six Pixels caught the wave a few years back on the changing digital landscape. Ctrl Alt Delete is a splendid update. The book is in two parts; the first handles the changing perspective for marketers and business folks generally. Read it to underst...

  • C.C.
    Mar 19, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

  • Elisabeth
    Jun 04, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

  • Jacob
    Nov 29, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

  • J.F. Penn
    Aug 22, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...

    Incredibly insightful and relevant book on how to view and run business in his day and age and for a while to come. The book covers aspects of business from ideas and marketing to execution and delivery. Excellent read. ...

    Good reminder that you have to to give people what they actually want and need. A true utility. And the'll love you forever. Or until your competitor is giving more utility. ...

    Not too much exited to recommend this book, to sum it up, the world is changing be ready! ...

    Digital technology and the Internet have changed American business from top to bottom (what else is new?). What can you, or your company, do to survive in this new landscape? This book gives some answers. If your company doesn't already have a social media presence, forget about hir...

    Another marketing book that I read while filtering all content through the eyes of an educator. Once again I have found a business/marketing books to be quite helpful when thinking about education. These people are cutting edge and Mitch Joel is right there among the best. Since readin...

    Good, fast read for business people. You could hear Mitch Joel's voice resonating through --meaning it is not written in typical business argot. How do I know? I'm a big fan of Mitch Joel's podcast, TwistImage. In fact some of the insights in the book are drawn out from some of the int...

    The search for books about re-positioning brands started with Brand Aid: An Easy Reference Guide to Solving Your Toughest Branding Problems and Strengthening Your Market Position, then Seth Godin's Free Prize Inside: The Next Big Marketing Idea, and now this one by Mitch Joel. What I l...

    Marketing in purgatory! In our current state of social, technological and economic flux, we have to embrace change and change our approach to business as usual. Mitch Joel does a nice job of listing ideas, principles and strategies for success not only in product marketing, but life. ...

    "You can do a whole lot with very little." I've been a fan of Mitch Joel's for years, because he says the things that I think, only better. He understands that marketing today, whether it's for a major brand or an individual artist or an out-of-work middle manager, is personal. You ...

    _Ctrl Alt Delete_ is a view of the new business future from Mitch Joel, who has authored the blog "Six Pixels of Separation" for years. Thanks to technology and especially social media, business is changing - fast. That means all of us must change how we manage our careers. The author ...

    Just highlight the whole book? I think this is the book with the most notes compared to pages of the 200+ kindle titles I've completed. It is also the most "expensive" to read, as I ended up searching up and buying three of the books referenced. A cheap price for inspiration and ene...

    Mitch Joel does it again! His earlier Six Pixels caught the wave a few years back on the changing digital landscape. Ctrl Alt Delete is a splendid update. The book is in two parts; the first handles the changing perspective for marketers and business folks generally. Read it to underst...

    A few interesting points in this book...career as squiggle...twelve easyish steps to starting a blog - both of these were good information. BUT the authors fan-boy attitude towards Apple got in the way. You can't go very many pages or often paragraphs without a mention of Apple, or Ste...

    There were a few interesting ideas in this book. The author says that we have to accept that our careers are going to "squiggle" as opposed to the straight line of the past. He also reiterated what other contemporary authors are saying which is that we need to reach people on an indivi...

    This is a must read for anyone taking stock of their life, their career, or their business. The world is not changing...it HAS changed. If you want to be prepared for the new economy that we are a part of, and want to know where we are headed, I recommend this book. Mitch Joel breaks d...

    Aimed at business people rather than individual entrepreneurs, I really love Mitch Joel's podcast so I wanted to read this book. It's about how the world has changed and is changing so fast, the adaptations we need to make around mobile, squiggley careers (which i already have) and how...

  • Aaron Maurer
    Jul 10, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...

    Incredibly insightful and relevant book on how to view and run business in his day and age and for a while to come. The book covers aspects of business from ideas and marketing to execution and delivery. Excellent read. ...

    Good reminder that you have to to give people what they actually want and need. A true utility. And the'll love you forever. Or until your competitor is giving more utility. ...

    Not too much exited to recommend this book, to sum it up, the world is changing be ready! ...

    Digital technology and the Internet have changed American business from top to bottom (what else is new?). What can you, or your company, do to survive in this new landscape? This book gives some answers. If your company doesn't already have a social media presence, forget about hir...

    Another marketing book that I read while filtering all content through the eyes of an educator. Once again I have found a business/marketing books to be quite helpful when thinking about education. These people are cutting edge and Mitch Joel is right there among the best. Since readin...

  • Dina London
    Jun 15, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...

    Incredibly insightful and relevant book on how to view and run business in his day and age and for a while to come. The book covers aspects of business from ideas and marketing to execution and delivery. Excellent read. ...

    Good reminder that you have to to give people what they actually want and need. A true utility. And the'll love you forever. Or until your competitor is giving more utility. ...

    Not too much exited to recommend this book, to sum it up, the world is changing be ready! ...

    Digital technology and the Internet have changed American business from top to bottom (what else is new?). What can you, or your company, do to survive in this new landscape? This book gives some answers. If your company doesn't already have a social media presence, forget about hir...

    Another marketing book that I read while filtering all content through the eyes of an educator. Once again I have found a business/marketing books to be quite helpful when thinking about education. These people are cutting edge and Mitch Joel is right there among the best. Since readin...

    Good, fast read for business people. You could hear Mitch Joel's voice resonating through --meaning it is not written in typical business argot. How do I know? I'm a big fan of Mitch Joel's podcast, TwistImage. In fact some of the insights in the book are drawn out from some of the int...

    The search for books about re-positioning brands started with Brand Aid: An Easy Reference Guide to Solving Your Toughest Branding Problems and Strengthening Your Market Position, then Seth Godin's Free Prize Inside: The Next Big Marketing Idea, and now this one by Mitch Joel. What I l...

    Marketing in purgatory! In our current state of social, technological and economic flux, we have to embrace change and change our approach to business as usual. Mitch Joel does a nice job of listing ideas, principles and strategies for success not only in product marketing, but life. ...

    "You can do a whole lot with very little." I've been a fan of Mitch Joel's for years, because he says the things that I think, only better. He understands that marketing today, whether it's for a major brand or an individual artist or an out-of-work middle manager, is personal. You ...

    _Ctrl Alt Delete_ is a view of the new business future from Mitch Joel, who has authored the blog "Six Pixels of Separation" for years. Thanks to technology and especially social media, business is changing - fast. That means all of us must change how we manage our careers. The author ...

    Just highlight the whole book? I think this is the book with the most notes compared to pages of the 200+ kindle titles I've completed. It is also the most "expensive" to read, as I ended up searching up and buying three of the books referenced. A cheap price for inspiration and ene...

    Mitch Joel does it again! His earlier Six Pixels caught the wave a few years back on the changing digital landscape. Ctrl Alt Delete is a splendid update. The book is in two parts; the first handles the changing perspective for marketers and business folks generally. Read it to underst...

    A few interesting points in this book...career as squiggle...twelve easyish steps to starting a blog - both of these were good information. BUT the authors fan-boy attitude towards Apple got in the way. You can't go very many pages or often paragraphs without a mention of Apple, or Ste...

    There were a few interesting ideas in this book. The author says that we have to accept that our careers are going to "squiggle" as opposed to the straight line of the past. He also reiterated what other contemporary authors are saying which is that we need to reach people on an indivi...

  • sethmsparks
    Apr 23, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

  • Ben Van Horn
    Jun 17, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...

    Incredibly insightful and relevant book on how to view and run business in his day and age and for a while to come. The book covers aspects of business from ideas and marketing to execution and delivery. Excellent read. ...

    Good reminder that you have to to give people what they actually want and need. A true utility. And the'll love you forever. Or until your competitor is giving more utility. ...

    Not too much exited to recommend this book, to sum it up, the world is changing be ready! ...

    Digital technology and the Internet have changed American business from top to bottom (what else is new?). What can you, or your company, do to survive in this new landscape? This book gives some answers. If your company doesn't already have a social media presence, forget about hir...

    Another marketing book that I read while filtering all content through the eyes of an educator. Once again I have found a business/marketing books to be quite helpful when thinking about education. These people are cutting edge and Mitch Joel is right there among the best. Since readin...

    Good, fast read for business people. You could hear Mitch Joel's voice resonating through --meaning it is not written in typical business argot. How do I know? I'm a big fan of Mitch Joel's podcast, TwistImage. In fact some of the insights in the book are drawn out from some of the int...

    The search for books about re-positioning brands started with Brand Aid: An Easy Reference Guide to Solving Your Toughest Branding Problems and Strengthening Your Market Position, then Seth Godin's Free Prize Inside: The Next Big Marketing Idea, and now this one by Mitch Joel. What I l...

    Marketing in purgatory! In our current state of social, technological and economic flux, we have to embrace change and change our approach to business as usual. Mitch Joel does a nice job of listing ideas, principles and strategies for success not only in product marketing, but life. ...

    "You can do a whole lot with very little." I've been a fan of Mitch Joel's for years, because he says the things that I think, only better. He understands that marketing today, whether it's for a major brand or an individual artist or an out-of-work middle manager, is personal. You ...

    _Ctrl Alt Delete_ is a view of the new business future from Mitch Joel, who has authored the blog "Six Pixels of Separation" for years. Thanks to technology and especially social media, business is changing - fast. That means all of us must change how we manage our careers. The author ...

    Just highlight the whole book? I think this is the book with the most notes compared to pages of the 200+ kindle titles I've completed. It is also the most "expensive" to read, as I ended up searching up and buying three of the books referenced. A cheap price for inspiration and ene...

    Mitch Joel does it again! His earlier Six Pixels caught the wave a few years back on the changing digital landscape. Ctrl Alt Delete is a splendid update. The book is in two parts; the first handles the changing perspective for marketers and business folks generally. Read it to underst...

    A few interesting points in this book...career as squiggle...twelve easyish steps to starting a blog - both of these were good information. BUT the authors fan-boy attitude towards Apple got in the way. You can't go very many pages or often paragraphs without a mention of Apple, or Ste...

    There were a few interesting ideas in this book. The author says that we have to accept that our careers are going to "squiggle" as opposed to the straight line of the past. He also reiterated what other contemporary authors are saying which is that we need to reach people on an indivi...

    This is a must read for anyone taking stock of their life, their career, or their business. The world is not changing...it HAS changed. If you want to be prepared for the new economy that we are a part of, and want to know where we are headed, I recommend this book. Mitch Joel breaks d...

  • Josh Steimle
    Aug 01, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...

    Incredibly insightful and relevant book on how to view and run business in his day and age and for a while to come. The book covers aspects of business from ideas and marketing to execution and delivery. Excellent read. ...

    Good reminder that you have to to give people what they actually want and need. A true utility. And the'll love you forever. Or until your competitor is giving more utility. ...

    Not too much exited to recommend this book, to sum it up, the world is changing be ready! ...

    Digital technology and the Internet have changed American business from top to bottom (what else is new?). What can you, or your company, do to survive in this new landscape? This book gives some answers. If your company doesn't already have a social media presence, forget about hir...

    Another marketing book that I read while filtering all content through the eyes of an educator. Once again I have found a business/marketing books to be quite helpful when thinking about education. These people are cutting edge and Mitch Joel is right there among the best. Since readin...

    Good, fast read for business people. You could hear Mitch Joel's voice resonating through --meaning it is not written in typical business argot. How do I know? I'm a big fan of Mitch Joel's podcast, TwistImage. In fact some of the insights in the book are drawn out from some of the int...

    The search for books about re-positioning brands started with Brand Aid: An Easy Reference Guide to Solving Your Toughest Branding Problems and Strengthening Your Market Position, then Seth Godin's Free Prize Inside: The Next Big Marketing Idea, and now this one by Mitch Joel. What I l...

    Marketing in purgatory! In our current state of social, technological and economic flux, we have to embrace change and change our approach to business as usual. Mitch Joel does a nice job of listing ideas, principles and strategies for success not only in product marketing, but life. ...

    "You can do a whole lot with very little." I've been a fan of Mitch Joel's for years, because he says the things that I think, only better. He understands that marketing today, whether it's for a major brand or an individual artist or an out-of-work middle manager, is personal. You ...

    _Ctrl Alt Delete_ is a view of the new business future from Mitch Joel, who has authored the blog "Six Pixels of Separation" for years. Thanks to technology and especially social media, business is changing - fast. That means all of us must change how we manage our careers. The author ...

    Just highlight the whole book? I think this is the book with the most notes compared to pages of the 200+ kindle titles I've completed. It is also the most "expensive" to read, as I ended up searching up and buying three of the books referenced. A cheap price for inspiration and ene...

    Mitch Joel does it again! His earlier Six Pixels caught the wave a few years back on the changing digital landscape. Ctrl Alt Delete is a splendid update. The book is in two parts; the first handles the changing perspective for marketers and business folks generally. Read it to underst...

    A few interesting points in this book...career as squiggle...twelve easyish steps to starting a blog - both of these were good information. BUT the authors fan-boy attitude towards Apple got in the way. You can't go very many pages or often paragraphs without a mention of Apple, or Ste...

    There were a few interesting ideas in this book. The author says that we have to accept that our careers are going to "squiggle" as opposed to the straight line of the past. He also reiterated what other contemporary authors are saying which is that we need to reach people on an indivi...

    This is a must read for anyone taking stock of their life, their career, or their business. The world is not changing...it HAS changed. If you want to be prepared for the new economy that we are a part of, and want to know where we are headed, I recommend this book. Mitch Joel breaks d...

    Aimed at business people rather than individual entrepreneurs, I really love Mitch Joel's podcast so I wanted to read this book. It's about how the world has changed and is changing so fast, the adaptations we need to make around mobile, squiggley careers (which i already have) and how...

    This was an interesting book, offering insights into how the business world is undergoing a revolution, and thus individuals must as well. I would have liked more actionable items rather than just observations, but otherwise it's a good read, and timely. ...

    Excellent overview of the state of social media and technology generally, along with many of the personal and business implications. It will be quite dated a year or two from now, but that's why it's good today. Read it before it no longer applies. ...

  • Beth Jusino
    Dec 17, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...

    Incredibly insightful and relevant book on how to view and run business in his day and age and for a while to come. The book covers aspects of business from ideas and marketing to execution and delivery. Excellent read. ...

    Good reminder that you have to to give people what they actually want and need. A true utility. And the'll love you forever. Or until your competitor is giving more utility. ...

    Not too much exited to recommend this book, to sum it up, the world is changing be ready! ...

    Digital technology and the Internet have changed American business from top to bottom (what else is new?). What can you, or your company, do to survive in this new landscape? This book gives some answers. If your company doesn't already have a social media presence, forget about hir...

    Another marketing book that I read while filtering all content through the eyes of an educator. Once again I have found a business/marketing books to be quite helpful when thinking about education. These people are cutting edge and Mitch Joel is right there among the best. Since readin...

    Good, fast read for business people. You could hear Mitch Joel's voice resonating through --meaning it is not written in typical business argot. How do I know? I'm a big fan of Mitch Joel's podcast, TwistImage. In fact some of the insights in the book are drawn out from some of the int...

    The search for books about re-positioning brands started with Brand Aid: An Easy Reference Guide to Solving Your Toughest Branding Problems and Strengthening Your Market Position, then Seth Godin's Free Prize Inside: The Next Big Marketing Idea, and now this one by Mitch Joel. What I l...

    Marketing in purgatory! In our current state of social, technological and economic flux, we have to embrace change and change our approach to business as usual. Mitch Joel does a nice job of listing ideas, principles and strategies for success not only in product marketing, but life. ...

    "You can do a whole lot with very little." I've been a fan of Mitch Joel's for years, because he says the things that I think, only better. He understands that marketing today, whether it's for a major brand or an individual artist or an out-of-work middle manager, is personal. You ...

  • Kelkyd
    May 15, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

  • Atleb
    Dec 20, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...

    Incredibly insightful and relevant book on how to view and run business in his day and age and for a while to come. The book covers aspects of business from ideas and marketing to execution and delivery. Excellent read. ...

    Good reminder that you have to to give people what they actually want and need. A true utility. And the'll love you forever. Or until your competitor is giving more utility. ...

    Not too much exited to recommend this book, to sum it up, the world is changing be ready! ...

    Digital technology and the Internet have changed American business from top to bottom (what else is new?). What can you, or your company, do to survive in this new landscape? This book gives some answers. If your company doesn't already have a social media presence, forget about hir...

    Another marketing book that I read while filtering all content through the eyes of an educator. Once again I have found a business/marketing books to be quite helpful when thinking about education. These people are cutting edge and Mitch Joel is right there among the best. Since readin...

    Good, fast read for business people. You could hear Mitch Joel's voice resonating through --meaning it is not written in typical business argot. How do I know? I'm a big fan of Mitch Joel's podcast, TwistImage. In fact some of the insights in the book are drawn out from some of the int...

    The search for books about re-positioning brands started with Brand Aid: An Easy Reference Guide to Solving Your Toughest Branding Problems and Strengthening Your Market Position, then Seth Godin's Free Prize Inside: The Next Big Marketing Idea, and now this one by Mitch Joel. What I l...

    Marketing in purgatory! In our current state of social, technological and economic flux, we have to embrace change and change our approach to business as usual. Mitch Joel does a nice job of listing ideas, principles and strategies for success not only in product marketing, but life. ...

    "You can do a whole lot with very little." I've been a fan of Mitch Joel's for years, because he says the things that I think, only better. He understands that marketing today, whether it's for a major brand or an individual artist or an out-of-work middle manager, is personal. You ...

    _Ctrl Alt Delete_ is a view of the new business future from Mitch Joel, who has authored the blog "Six Pixels of Separation" for years. Thanks to technology and especially social media, business is changing - fast. That means all of us must change how we manage our careers. The author ...

    Just highlight the whole book? I think this is the book with the most notes compared to pages of the 200+ kindle titles I've completed. It is also the most "expensive" to read, as I ended up searching up and buying three of the books referenced. A cheap price for inspiration and ene...

  • Angelo Fernando
    Oct 13, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...

    Incredibly insightful and relevant book on how to view and run business in his day and age and for a while to come. The book covers aspects of business from ideas and marketing to execution and delivery. Excellent read. ...

    Good reminder that you have to to give people what they actually want and need. A true utility. And the'll love you forever. Or until your competitor is giving more utility. ...

    Not too much exited to recommend this book, to sum it up, the world is changing be ready! ...

    Digital technology and the Internet have changed American business from top to bottom (what else is new?). What can you, or your company, do to survive in this new landscape? This book gives some answers. If your company doesn't already have a social media presence, forget about hir...

    Another marketing book that I read while filtering all content through the eyes of an educator. Once again I have found a business/marketing books to be quite helpful when thinking about education. These people are cutting edge and Mitch Joel is right there among the best. Since readin...

    Good, fast read for business people. You could hear Mitch Joel's voice resonating through --meaning it is not written in typical business argot. How do I know? I'm a big fan of Mitch Joel's podcast, TwistImage. In fact some of the insights in the book are drawn out from some of the int...

  • Brandon
    Oct 16, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

  • Ray Campbell
    Jul 07, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...

    Incredibly insightful and relevant book on how to view and run business in his day and age and for a while to come. The book covers aspects of business from ideas and marketing to execution and delivery. Excellent read. ...

    Good reminder that you have to to give people what they actually want and need. A true utility. And the'll love you forever. Or until your competitor is giving more utility. ...

    Not too much exited to recommend this book, to sum it up, the world is changing be ready! ...

    Digital technology and the Internet have changed American business from top to bottom (what else is new?). What can you, or your company, do to survive in this new landscape? This book gives some answers. If your company doesn't already have a social media presence, forget about hir...

    Another marketing book that I read while filtering all content through the eyes of an educator. Once again I have found a business/marketing books to be quite helpful when thinking about education. These people are cutting edge and Mitch Joel is right there among the best. Since readin...

    Good, fast read for business people. You could hear Mitch Joel's voice resonating through --meaning it is not written in typical business argot. How do I know? I'm a big fan of Mitch Joel's podcast, TwistImage. In fact some of the insights in the book are drawn out from some of the int...

    The search for books about re-positioning brands started with Brand Aid: An Easy Reference Guide to Solving Your Toughest Branding Problems and Strengthening Your Market Position, then Seth Godin's Free Prize Inside: The Next Big Marketing Idea, and now this one by Mitch Joel. What I l...

    Marketing in purgatory! In our current state of social, technological and economic flux, we have to embrace change and change our approach to business as usual. Mitch Joel does a nice job of listing ideas, principles and strategies for success not only in product marketing, but life. ...

  • Leanne
    Jul 24, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...

    Incredibly insightful and relevant book on how to view and run business in his day and age and for a while to come. The book covers aspects of business from ideas and marketing to execution and delivery. Excellent read. ...

    Good reminder that you have to to give people what they actually want and need. A true utility. And the'll love you forever. Or until your competitor is giving more utility. ...

    Not too much exited to recommend this book, to sum it up, the world is changing be ready! ...

    Digital technology and the Internet have changed American business from top to bottom (what else is new?). What can you, or your company, do to survive in this new landscape? This book gives some answers. If your company doesn't already have a social media presence, forget about hir...

    Another marketing book that I read while filtering all content through the eyes of an educator. Once again I have found a business/marketing books to be quite helpful when thinking about education. These people are cutting edge and Mitch Joel is right there among the best. Since readin...

    Good, fast read for business people. You could hear Mitch Joel's voice resonating through --meaning it is not written in typical business argot. How do I know? I'm a big fan of Mitch Joel's podcast, TwistImage. In fact some of the insights in the book are drawn out from some of the int...

    The search for books about re-positioning brands started with Brand Aid: An Easy Reference Guide to Solving Your Toughest Branding Problems and Strengthening Your Market Position, then Seth Godin's Free Prize Inside: The Next Big Marketing Idea, and now this one by Mitch Joel. What I l...

    Marketing in purgatory! In our current state of social, technological and economic flux, we have to embrace change and change our approach to business as usual. Mitch Joel does a nice job of listing ideas, principles and strategies for success not only in product marketing, but life. ...

    "You can do a whole lot with very little." I've been a fan of Mitch Joel's for years, because he says the things that I think, only better. He understands that marketing today, whether it's for a major brand or an individual artist or an out-of-work middle manager, is personal. You ...

    _Ctrl Alt Delete_ is a view of the new business future from Mitch Joel, who has authored the blog "Six Pixels of Separation" for years. Thanks to technology and especially social media, business is changing - fast. That means all of us must change how we manage our careers. The author ...

    Just highlight the whole book? I think this is the book with the most notes compared to pages of the 200+ kindle titles I've completed. It is also the most "expensive" to read, as I ended up searching up and buying three of the books referenced. A cheap price for inspiration and ene...

    Mitch Joel does it again! His earlier Six Pixels caught the wave a few years back on the changing digital landscape. Ctrl Alt Delete is a splendid update. The book is in two parts; the first handles the changing perspective for marketers and business folks generally. Read it to underst...

    A few interesting points in this book...career as squiggle...twelve easyish steps to starting a blog - both of these were good information. BUT the authors fan-boy attitude towards Apple got in the way. You can't go very many pages or often paragraphs without a mention of Apple, or Ste...

    There were a few interesting ideas in this book. The author says that we have to accept that our careers are going to "squiggle" as opposed to the straight line of the past. He also reiterated what other contemporary authors are saying which is that we need to reach people on an indivi...

    This is a must read for anyone taking stock of their life, their career, or their business. The world is not changing...it HAS changed. If you want to be prepared for the new economy that we are a part of, and want to know where we are headed, I recommend this book. Mitch Joel breaks d...

    Aimed at business people rather than individual entrepreneurs, I really love Mitch Joel's podcast so I wanted to read this book. It's about how the world has changed and is changing so fast, the adaptations we need to make around mobile, squiggley careers (which i already have) and how...

    This was an interesting book, offering insights into how the business world is undergoing a revolution, and thus individuals must as well. I would have liked more actionable items rather than just observations, but otherwise it's a good read, and timely. ...

    Excellent overview of the state of social media and technology generally, along with many of the personal and business implications. It will be quite dated a year or two from now, but that's why it's good today. Read it before it no longer applies. ...

    The book got right to the point. Not much fluff at all. Some good information. I do feel like the 2nd part of the book still focused on business though, more so you as an employee rather than you as an individual. ...

    I heard Mitch Joel speak at a conference last fall and he was my favourite speaker of the day. I also read his blog a few times a week. This book repeated a lot of the same ideas I'd already heard from him before. I would have rated it higher with more original content. ...

  • Jeridel Banks
    Dec 07, 2015

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...

    Incredibly insightful and relevant book on how to view and run business in his day and age and for a while to come. The book covers aspects of business from ideas and marketing to execution and delivery. Excellent read. ...

    Good reminder that you have to to give people what they actually want and need. A true utility. And the'll love you forever. Or until your competitor is giving more utility. ...

    Not too much exited to recommend this book, to sum it up, the world is changing be ready! ...

    Digital technology and the Internet have changed American business from top to bottom (what else is new?). What can you, or your company, do to survive in this new landscape? This book gives some answers. If your company doesn't already have a social media presence, forget about hir...

    Another marketing book that I read while filtering all content through the eyes of an educator. Once again I have found a business/marketing books to be quite helpful when thinking about education. These people are cutting edge and Mitch Joel is right there among the best. Since readin...

    Good, fast read for business people. You could hear Mitch Joel's voice resonating through --meaning it is not written in typical business argot. How do I know? I'm a big fan of Mitch Joel's podcast, TwistImage. In fact some of the insights in the book are drawn out from some of the int...

    The search for books about re-positioning brands started with Brand Aid: An Easy Reference Guide to Solving Your Toughest Branding Problems and Strengthening Your Market Position, then Seth Godin's Free Prize Inside: The Next Big Marketing Idea, and now this one by Mitch Joel. What I l...

  • Robert Hays
    May 19, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...

    Incredibly insightful and relevant book on how to view and run business in his day and age and for a while to come. The book covers aspects of business from ideas and marketing to execution and delivery. Excellent read. ...

    Good reminder that you have to to give people what they actually want and need. A true utility. And the'll love you forever. Or until your competitor is giving more utility. ...

    Not too much exited to recommend this book, to sum it up, the world is changing be ready! ...

    Digital technology and the Internet have changed American business from top to bottom (what else is new?). What can you, or your company, do to survive in this new landscape? This book gives some answers. If your company doesn't already have a social media presence, forget about hir...

    Another marketing book that I read while filtering all content through the eyes of an educator. Once again I have found a business/marketing books to be quite helpful when thinking about education. These people are cutting edge and Mitch Joel is right there among the best. Since readin...

    Good, fast read for business people. You could hear Mitch Joel's voice resonating through --meaning it is not written in typical business argot. How do I know? I'm a big fan of Mitch Joel's podcast, TwistImage. In fact some of the insights in the book are drawn out from some of the int...

    The search for books about re-positioning brands started with Brand Aid: An Easy Reference Guide to Solving Your Toughest Branding Problems and Strengthening Your Market Position, then Seth Godin's Free Prize Inside: The Next Big Marketing Idea, and now this one by Mitch Joel. What I l...

    Marketing in purgatory! In our current state of social, technological and economic flux, we have to embrace change and change our approach to business as usual. Mitch Joel does a nice job of listing ideas, principles and strategies for success not only in product marketing, but life. ...

    "You can do a whole lot with very little." I've been a fan of Mitch Joel's for years, because he says the things that I think, only better. He understands that marketing today, whether it's for a major brand or an individual artist or an out-of-work middle manager, is personal. You ...

    _Ctrl Alt Delete_ is a view of the new business future from Mitch Joel, who has authored the blog "Six Pixels of Separation" for years. Thanks to technology and especially social media, business is changing - fast. That means all of us must change how we manage our careers. The author ...

  • Marjorie Clayman
    May 30, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...

    Incredibly insightful and relevant book on how to view and run business in his day and age and for a while to come. The book covers aspects of business from ideas and marketing to execution and delivery. Excellent read. ...

    Good reminder that you have to to give people what they actually want and need. A true utility. And the'll love you forever. Or until your competitor is giving more utility. ...

    Not too much exited to recommend this book, to sum it up, the world is changing be ready! ...

    Digital technology and the Internet have changed American business from top to bottom (what else is new?). What can you, or your company, do to survive in this new landscape? This book gives some answers. If your company doesn't already have a social media presence, forget about hir...

    Another marketing book that I read while filtering all content through the eyes of an educator. Once again I have found a business/marketing books to be quite helpful when thinking about education. These people are cutting edge and Mitch Joel is right there among the best. Since readin...

    Good, fast read for business people. You could hear Mitch Joel's voice resonating through --meaning it is not written in typical business argot. How do I know? I'm a big fan of Mitch Joel's podcast, TwistImage. In fact some of the insights in the book are drawn out from some of the int...

    The search for books about re-positioning brands started with Brand Aid: An Easy Reference Guide to Solving Your Toughest Branding Problems and Strengthening Your Market Position, then Seth Godin's Free Prize Inside: The Next Big Marketing Idea, and now this one by Mitch Joel. What I l...

    Marketing in purgatory! In our current state of social, technological and economic flux, we have to embrace change and change our approach to business as usual. Mitch Joel does a nice job of listing ideas, principles and strategies for success not only in product marketing, but life. ...

    "You can do a whole lot with very little." I've been a fan of Mitch Joel's for years, because he says the things that I think, only better. He understands that marketing today, whether it's for a major brand or an individual artist or an out-of-work middle manager, is personal. You ...

    _Ctrl Alt Delete_ is a view of the new business future from Mitch Joel, who has authored the blog "Six Pixels of Separation" for years. Thanks to technology and especially social media, business is changing - fast. That means all of us must change how we manage our careers. The author ...

    Just highlight the whole book? I think this is the book with the most notes compared to pages of the 200+ kindle titles I've completed. It is also the most "expensive" to read, as I ended up searching up and buying three of the books referenced. A cheap price for inspiration and ene...

    Mitch Joel does it again! His earlier Six Pixels caught the wave a few years back on the changing digital landscape. Ctrl Alt Delete is a splendid update. The book is in two parts; the first handles the changing perspective for marketers and business folks generally. Read it to underst...

    A few interesting points in this book...career as squiggle...twelve easyish steps to starting a blog - both of these were good information. BUT the authors fan-boy attitude towards Apple got in the way. You can't go very many pages or often paragraphs without a mention of Apple, or Ste...

    There were a few interesting ideas in this book. The author says that we have to accept that our careers are going to "squiggle" as opposed to the straight line of the past. He also reiterated what other contemporary authors are saying which is that we need to reach people on an indivi...

    This is a must read for anyone taking stock of their life, their career, or their business. The world is not changing...it HAS changed. If you want to be prepared for the new economy that we are a part of, and want to know where we are headed, I recommend this book. Mitch Joel breaks d...

    Aimed at business people rather than individual entrepreneurs, I really love Mitch Joel's podcast so I wanted to read this book. It's about how the world has changed and is changing so fast, the adaptations we need to make around mobile, squiggley careers (which i already have) and how...

    This was an interesting book, offering insights into how the business world is undergoing a revolution, and thus individuals must as well. I would have liked more actionable items rather than just observations, but otherwise it's a good read, and timely. ...

  • Dawn Lennon
    Nov 27, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

  • Pam Burzynski
    Nov 19, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

  • Briana Ford
    May 09, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...

    Incredibly insightful and relevant book on how to view and run business in his day and age and for a while to come. The book covers aspects of business from ideas and marketing to execution and delivery. Excellent read. ...

    Good reminder that you have to to give people what they actually want and need. A true utility. And the'll love you forever. Or until your competitor is giving more utility. ...

    Not too much exited to recommend this book, to sum it up, the world is changing be ready! ...

    Digital technology and the Internet have changed American business from top to bottom (what else is new?). What can you, or your company, do to survive in this new landscape? This book gives some answers. If your company doesn't already have a social media presence, forget about hir...

    Another marketing book that I read while filtering all content through the eyes of an educator. Once again I have found a business/marketing books to be quite helpful when thinking about education. These people are cutting edge and Mitch Joel is right there among the best. Since readin...

    Good, fast read for business people. You could hear Mitch Joel's voice resonating through --meaning it is not written in typical business argot. How do I know? I'm a big fan of Mitch Joel's podcast, TwistImage. In fact some of the insights in the book are drawn out from some of the int...

    The search for books about re-positioning brands started with Brand Aid: An Easy Reference Guide to Solving Your Toughest Branding Problems and Strengthening Your Market Position, then Seth Godin's Free Prize Inside: The Next Big Marketing Idea, and now this one by Mitch Joel. What I l...

    Marketing in purgatory! In our current state of social, technological and economic flux, we have to embrace change and change our approach to business as usual. Mitch Joel does a nice job of listing ideas, principles and strategies for success not only in product marketing, but life. ...

    "You can do a whole lot with very little." I've been a fan of Mitch Joel's for years, because he says the things that I think, only better. He understands that marketing today, whether it's for a major brand or an individual artist or an out-of-work middle manager, is personal. You ...

    _Ctrl Alt Delete_ is a view of the new business future from Mitch Joel, who has authored the blog "Six Pixels of Separation" for years. Thanks to technology and especially social media, business is changing - fast. That means all of us must change how we manage our careers. The author ...

    Just highlight the whole book? I think this is the book with the most notes compared to pages of the 200+ kindle titles I've completed. It is also the most "expensive" to read, as I ended up searching up and buying three of the books referenced. A cheap price for inspiration and ene...

    Mitch Joel does it again! His earlier Six Pixels caught the wave a few years back on the changing digital landscape. Ctrl Alt Delete is a splendid update. The book is in two parts; the first handles the changing perspective for marketers and business folks generally. Read it to underst...

    A few interesting points in this book...career as squiggle...twelve easyish steps to starting a blog - both of these were good information. BUT the authors fan-boy attitude towards Apple got in the way. You can't go very many pages or often paragraphs without a mention of Apple, or Ste...

    There were a few interesting ideas in this book. The author says that we have to accept that our careers are going to "squiggle" as opposed to the straight line of the past. He also reiterated what other contemporary authors are saying which is that we need to reach people on an indivi...

    This is a must read for anyone taking stock of their life, their career, or their business. The world is not changing...it HAS changed. If you want to be prepared for the new economy that we are a part of, and want to know where we are headed, I recommend this book. Mitch Joel breaks d...

    Aimed at business people rather than individual entrepreneurs, I really love Mitch Joel's podcast so I wanted to read this book. It's about how the world has changed and is changing so fast, the adaptations we need to make around mobile, squiggley careers (which i already have) and how...

    This was an interesting book, offering insights into how the business world is undergoing a revolution, and thus individuals must as well. I would have liked more actionable items rather than just observations, but otherwise it's a good read, and timely. ...

    Excellent overview of the state of social media and technology generally, along with many of the personal and business implications. It will be quite dated a year or two from now, but that's why it's good today. Read it before it no longer applies. ...

    The book got right to the point. Not much fluff at all. Some good information. I do feel like the 2nd part of the book still focused on business though, more so you as an employee rather than you as an individual. ...

  • Jonathan Chiriboga
    May 21, 2013

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

  • P Michael N
    Jun 12, 2018

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...

    Incredibly insightful and relevant book on how to view and run business in his day and age and for a while to come. The book covers aspects of business from ideas and marketing to execution and delivery. Excellent read. ...

  • Omar El-mohri
    Sep 18, 2018

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...

    Incredibly insightful and relevant book on how to view and run business in his day and age and for a while to come. The book covers aspects of business from ideas and marketing to execution and delivery. Excellent read. ...

    Good reminder that you have to to give people what they actually want and need. A true utility. And the'll love you forever. Or until your competitor is giving more utility. ...

    Not too much exited to recommend this book, to sum it up, the world is changing be ready! ...

  • Jaanus Treilmann
    Nov 22, 2016

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...

    Incredibly insightful and relevant book on how to view and run business in his day and age and for a while to come. The book covers aspects of business from ideas and marketing to execution and delivery. Excellent read. ...

    Good reminder that you have to to give people what they actually want and need. A true utility. And the'll love you forever. Or until your competitor is giving more utility. ...

  • Tim Dimo
    Aug 06, 2017

    This book did have some good things in it, like adding value is the best way to engage the consumer; mobile is and should be first right now; use data to help your strategy; etc. However, for the most part this book is just a rah rah aren't we marketers great book. The author loves ...

    In the revolutionary 1999 movie, The Matrix, a character by the name of Morpheus gives the protagonist Neo a choice of either waking up and seeing the truth of the world around him, or remaining asleep and accepting what is. He tells Neo, "This is your last chance. After this there is ...

    For the vast majority of reading that I do in non-fiction areas I do online: in forums, blogs, help systems and so forth. Digging out facts or procedures or ways of dealing with some fairly technical problem. Only once in a while do I pick up a published non-fiction book, and usually...

    Once again Mitch Joel takes his years of experience, mixes it with a healthy dose of future gazing and delivers a first class book that any business professional must read to be prepared for the world we live in today. The way business use to be done has been rebooted. It doesn't ma...

    Ctrl Alt Delete immediately resonated. It's what you're forced to do when you're stuck and can't move forward or backward for that matter. You're trapped. Not necessarily looking to start over, but rather resume in a forward motion, preferably on stable ground. Then the aha, let's try ...

    I first stumbled upon Mitch Joel during college. I only wish I found him sooner. Joel?s first book, ?Six Pixels of Separation,? opened my mind and eyes to the world of marketing and all the creativity that resides within it. His passion for connectivity, technological advancement...

    As a marketing book, Ctrl Alt Delete takes the reader on wild ride. The metaphor about rebooting is a broad one, so the book opens up many possibilities for the reader to connect his or her life/career with where they are and where they want/hope to go. I saw it as a book about entr...

    In December I read the newest book by "Media Hacker" Mitch Joel. This was followed up by a live Q&A call I hosted with Mitch. Ctrl Alt Delete, despite its name is a positive book about opportunity in the new world of digital media. The book is seemingly split into two; first addres...

    In Ctrl Alt Delete, Mitch draws upon his client experience, research, and network to synthesize a slew of environmental factors that will impact businesses and individuals over the next five years. He tackles business and individuals separately in the book, but there?s a mutual inclu...

    The first half of this book was a bit difficult to read. It wasn't any of the concepts - on which the author seems to have a firm grasp - but rather the sentence structure. I could not get through a page without a parenthetical observation breaking the flow and my concentration. Many o...