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Financial Analyst. President of Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s Global Markets Institute. Failed forecaster.

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The Book
The Innovators is Walter Isaacson's story of the people who created the computer and the Internet. It is destined to become the standard history of the digital revolution and a guide to how innovation really works. It is also a narrative about why an ability to collaborate and master the art of teamwork is vital to enable and sustain innovation.
About
The Book
The Innovators is Walter Isaacson's story of the people who created the computer and the Internet. It is destined to become the standard history of the digital revolution and a guide to how innovation really works. It is also a narrative about why an ability to collaborate and master the art of teamwork is vital to enable and sustain innovation.
What Abby Joseph Cohen says

A wonderful reminder of the genius in many endeavors that drove development of the digital world, beginning with Ada Lovelace in the mid-19th century.

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    …weaves together dozens of stories of the innovators who contributed to the development of computers and the Internet…all the narratives thoroughly engaged me. It brings technology to life using simple and easy to understand language. It is a compelling account of the different qualities of innovators and the collaborative process of innovation.

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The Book
Cutting to the core of human experience, Mantel brutally and acutely writes about marriage, class, family, and sex. Unpredictable, diverse, and sometimes shocking, the collection displays a magnificent writer at the peak of her powers. Stories of dislocation and family fracture, of whimsical infidelities and sudden deaths with sinister causes, brilliantly unsettle the reader in that unmistakably Mantel way.
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The Book
Cutting to the core of human experience, Mantel brutally and acutely writes about marriage, class, family, and sex. Unpredictable, diverse, and sometimes shocking, the collection displays a magnificent writer at the peak of her powers. Stories of dislocation and family fracture, of whimsical infidelities and sudden deaths with sinister causes, brilliantly unsettle the reader in that unmistakably Mantel way.
What Abby Joseph Cohen says

Hilary Mantel is a master and this compelling collection of short stories reminds us that time spent with good literature is a gift.