Tag Archive: industry

Aug 27

Audiobook Review: The Butterfly Effect #1

The Butterfly Effect with Jon Ronson by Jon Ronson This is only 3 1/2 hours and it’s done in episodes, so it felt a little repetitious, but it was really amazing journalism and no longer than it needed to be. The story is about how one guy’s founding of Pornhub and other free porn sharing …

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Jul 14

Book Review: Heat & Light

Heat & Light by Jennifer Haigh This ambitious novel takes on the energy industry from all sides, centered on a western Pennsylvania town of Bakers Towers. It focuses on Kip, the oligarch of the holding company that leases the land to exploit the natural gas, Shane, the salesman who buys the leasing rights. Rich and …

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Oct 16

Book Review: The Design of Everyday Things

The Design of Everyday Things by Donald A. Norman I got this as an audiobook, based on the fact that it falls within my usual taste for non fiction and because it’s been referred to by many other books. In many ways, this is a classic book that inspired many people to think more seriously …

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