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Bringing Nothing To The Party

by Paul Carr

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A fascinating expose of how a strange group of young opportunists, chancers and geniuses found instant fame and fortune by messing about on the web. And one man's attempt to follow in their footsteps.
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An entertaining yet tragic autobiography of a journalist-cum-wannabe-internet-entrepreneur; this is car-crash reading at its finest. Somehow fitting that this is the first electronic book I've read courtesy of a borrowed Kindle. ( )
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"September 2006, and deep in the bowels of the Adam Street private members' club in London a very special group of people is crammed into a private room, supping imported Spanish beer from a free bar."
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A fascinating expose of how a strange group of young opportunists, chancers and geniuses found instant fame and fortune by messing about on the web. And one man's attempt to follow in their footsteps.

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