…Apple selling the iPad mini at lower-than-usual margins and , a new entrant in the tablet market would either have to have a killer price or killer features. selling Kindle devices at a loss are prepared to deliver neither.
"In five years, I see BlackBerry to be the absolute leader in mobile computing — that's what we're aiming for. I want to gain as much market share as I can, but not by being a copycat." Shooting for the top is what a …
…Government Technology and has a site at BYOD4U.com , this Kindle ebook is a quick read that helps you determine an organizations maturity level, secure your BYOD mobile device and maximize its benefits, and how to cope with the way personal mobile devices are handled where you work.
BYOD for You is an easy lunchtime read; it's divided into eight chapters, most of them about a half-dozen pages long, which cover these topics:
Categorizing your BYOD enivronment…
"REMOTE: Not Required" at 800-CEO-READ
The book is planned for release on October 29th, 2013. eBook versions ( Kindle,, iBook, etc.) will be available for pre-order shortly, too. It's up to the book stores to decide when these go live.
If you want to know more about some of the topics covered in REMOTE , here's a recent interview I did with Quartz .
You can get an ePub or Kindle version of the book at .
I've written about the writing process for this book previously (and why it's taken so long to get out). I especially want to thank my co-author Bear Bibeault who worked hard to get this book out the door.
One question that I've been asked recently: "How relevant is this book to writingin 2012?" I think it's still exceedingly relevant. This book has two major …
…, which means a lot of people might not have been able to buy it. I haven't made the Kindle version available yet; it's only right now.
The book's made $ 11,009.30 so far. I sold 309 copies.
Yesterday I downloaded some sales history from PayPal, and tonight I plugged my sales numbers into a quickscript to produce a bar chart of daily sales.
Here's what it looks like from a distance:
Check out the gist to zoom in and see the chart in detail. …
Top of my list for next year (already purchased and downloaded onto my Kindle) is The Culture Game: Tools for the Agile Manager (2012) by Daniel Mezick . Do you confront culture and mindset head-on, or regard them as something emergent? That has been a favourite conversation topic on and in conference bars and I'm really looking forward to reading 's take on this.
…twenty posts and categorize them for me? My time isn't totally valueless. And put them on my Kindle/iPad/etc so I can read them on a plane.")
My family . ("You wrote a book? I want to read it! What is it about?" "Conversion optimization for software websites." "I'll pass!")
Preface ( new essay )
Selling Your Stuff
Introduction ( new essay )
You Should Probably Send More Email Than You Do
Does Your Product…
…, in addition to the book (in HTML, PDF, EPUB, and Kindle formats), you also get a complete example application, and the ability to get your questions about Ruby on Rails answered by the thoughtbot team using GitHub issues and live chat.
The book is written using Markdown and pandoc and distributed via GitHub. When you purchase, we give you direct access to the repository, so you can use the GitHub comment and issue features to give us feedback about what we'v …
…Building Web Reputation Systems , which I bought in April 2011 as a Kindle edition. I didn't know who Mr. Farmer was at this time. I just saw a new O'Reilly book on an area of interest, and I thought I'd check it out.
As the co-founder of I found him , with a tiny reputation. So I sent this friendly jibe on Twitter:, I know a thing or two about web reputation systems! Out of curiosity, I looked up the author on my own site. And
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