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Forbes’ review

Andy Greenberg at Forbes takes the book seriously, seems to think it’s on a topic worth writing about, and thinks it has interesting things to say, although he thinks I say most of them in the first few chapters (I disagree – I think the book develops a thesis, but, well, I would think that, wouldn’t I). Even so, my “story-laden writing keeps readers from straying.” Here’s his final paragraph: “As the author of a book about the virtues of chaos, Weinberger may be putting the last brick in the tomb of that “ancient and beautiful Greek idea.” But Everything Is Miscellaneous isn’t just about the promises of a messy Internet. It’s also a thoughtful obituary of history’s librarians, an elegy for the last order of order.”

This, and every other review I’ve found, is listed on the reviews page

4 Responses to “Forbes’ review”

  1. on 13 Aug 2007 at 11:52 amDave Lull

    Wayne Bivens-Tatum reviews your book here:

  2. on 14 Aug 2007 at 12:16 pmGiulio Quaggiotto

    Thought you might find this article on supermarket shelves in India of interest… There’s hope for chaos in the first world (perhaps not the Western world) after all :-)

    Indian grocery shoppers demand more chaos

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