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What Would Google Do? Lp by Jeff Jarvis
What Would Google Do? Lp by Jeff Jarvis
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This book was recommended to me by a colleague of mine and I recently extended my appreciation to him for bringing this book to my attention. A must read for anyone and everyone! This is not just a book about the internet, which is what most would think. Jeff Jarvis (author) offers valuable insight into the future and how we as individuals need to adapt and change our thinking patterns. Whether we choose to admit it or not, Google is here to stay and we can either choose to work with it or against! Choose wisely. So before you make another decision, whether it be a business or personal decision, remember to ask yourself that very important and timeless question...WWGD?
Insights to Help You Survive the Peaks and Valleys by T.D. Jakes
"Insights to Help you Survive Peaks and Valleys" is a wonderful piece of work. It was so good that I read it twice! Life is full of peaks and valleys, ups and downs, good days and bad days, happiness and sorrow. This book acts a spiritual compass designed to guide you through the turbulent plane ride known as life. This book is recommended for anyone looking to develop a closer relationship with God. It's an easy yet worthwhile read! Enjoy.
The Book Of Negroes by Lawrence Hill
The Book Of Negroes by Lawrence Hill
I am new to Lawrence Hill and a lot of his work. The Book of Negroes was actually the first piece of work that I have ever read from him. It was actually recommended to me and it was definitely worth its cost...even the shipping. This fictional story based on real events that took place centuries ago, took me on a historical journey. I've read many books and watched many films about blacks during the time of slavery and the hardships they were forced to endure, but none in my opinion depicted those events with such passion and detail like the The Book of Negroes. They all pale in comparison to Lawrence's depiction. Although the book is fictional, it is still based on actual events that took… Read more