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Gives you suggestions to help you resolve or avoid legal problems, and offers guidance in designing systems and software that can account for and prevent legal trouble. From the back cover Due to the increasing use of the Internet in business and commercial transactions, there is a great need for more practical and reliable information on current legal issues in the world of e-commerce. This timely book provides an easy-to-understand overview of how the Internet has emerged as an important setting for business, and how business on the Internet is regulated by the courts as well as state and federal government. It offers professionals a clear and better understanding of complex legal concepts and terminology to help them comply with the law ... Rest of this review on the detail page
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The introduction states that the nature of the Web is in flux. Those who take too strong and doctrinaire a stance on the character of the Internet will be subject to failures in their attempts to do business there. In addition, the author states his opinion, based on the research conducted for the book, that attempts to apply regulation to the net should be sparing. Part one deals with copyright. Chapter one reviews the past history of copyright legislation and purposes, and also the recent case of Napster. (The book was completed before the Napster case concluded.) "DVD Jon" and the DeCSS case is the topic of chapter two. The author's experiences with the publishing and sale of special reports forms the basis for an examination of ... Rest of this review on the detail page
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The last part of the subtitle of this book "to Win in Business" could be changed to "to be a good leader". And indeed, yelling is not part of the approach this book tries to teach. But enough about the title. This is a good book and I advise people who are growing into management to read this book. Even without a military background you can learn a lot about being a good people manager. And good people manager will get good commercial results as a bonus, whereas good commercial managers don't have to be good at dealing with people. The 9 principles are discussed in chapters of the book: Integrity, Technical competence, Set the example, Self-awareness, Take care of people, Make new leaders, Commander's intent, Culture and values, Rehea... Rest of this review on the detail page
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The author of this book, Gary Harpst, founded Solomon Software. He used his experiences in running this company to help learn others run comparable small businesses. This is a very accessible book about running a small business successfully. The situations that are described are recognizable and the ideas given can be deployed directly. I'd call this a good book for owners of small businesses.
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An honest book about honest marketing. Yes, they exist! I have no experience in marketing but the honesty and openness in this book surprised me. Lynda Resnick has real-world experience with marketing very different products such as Teleflora, Franklin Mint, POM Wonderful and Fiji Water and she tells the inside story on how those products were marketed. An honest story about her failures and her successes. With up-to-date advice on how to be aware of what can happen to your brand on the Internet and how to advertise in modern media. At the same time she tells how time-honoured ways of marketing like give-aways are very important. A great book.
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