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AcademHack thinks it’s an ok book — good for an aiplane ride, but not scholarly enough.

Hans-Christoph Hobohm considers it at length (in German), finds it to be too American and hype-y, but also thinks it’s a “beautifully written, intelligent essay” that is “absolutely worth reading.”

Seamus McCauley looks at the book as an economist, focusing on what it has to say about the disintermediation of business (what I call “meta-business”). He thinks the book is “excellent.”

2 Responses to “Three more reviews”

  1. on 12 Jun 2007 at 8:50 amHans-Christoph

    Thanks for reading my Blog. My argument seems quite German, what I was looking for was indeed a little bit more academic refection.

    But nevertheless: thanks for your thoughts. As I said in German it tells us in real world what Derrida was talking about just on paper.

  2. on 16 Jun 2007 at 10:41 amDavid Weinberger

    Hans-Christoph, thank you for reading and commenting on my book. My grasp of German is weak, so I apologize if I mischaracterized your remarks, which I found very interesting indeed.