Trust Me, I'm Lying: Confessions of a Media Manipulator

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Product Details

Price
$18.00  $16.56
Publisher
Portfolio
Publish Date
Pages
301
Dimensions
5.4 X 0.9 X 8.4 inches | 0.6 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781591846284

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About the Author

RYAN HOLIDAY is the bestselling author of The Obstacle Is the Way, Ego Is the Enemy, Growth Hacker Marketing, Perennial Seller, and other books about marketing, culture, and the human condition. His work has been translated into twenty-eight languages and has appeared everywhere from the Columbia Journalism Review to Fast Company. His company, Brass Check, has advised companies such as Google, TASER, and Complex, as well as multiplatinum musicians and some of the biggest authors in the world. He lives in Austin, Texas.

Reviews

"Holiday effectively maps the news media landscape. . . . Media students and bloggers would do well to heed Holiday's informative, timely, and provocative advice."
-- Publishers Weekly

"This book will make online media giants very, very uncomfortable."
-- Drew Curtis, founder, Fark.com

"Ryan Holiday's brilliant exposΓ© of the unreality of the Internet should be required reading for every thinker in America."
-- Edward Jay Epstein, author of How America Lost Its Secrets: Edward Snowden, the Man and the Theft

"[Like] Upton Sinclair on the blogosphere."
-- Tyler Cowen, MarginalRevolution.com, author of Average Is Over

"Ryan Holiday is the internet's sociopathic id."
-- Dan Mitchell, SF Weekly

"Ryan Holiday is a media genius who promotes, inflates, and hacks some of the biggest names and brands in the world."
-- Chase Jarvis, founder and CEO, CreativeLive

"Ryan has a truly unique perspective on the seedy underbelly of digital culture."
-- Matt Mason, former director of marketing, BitTorrent

"While the observation that the internet favors speed over accuracy is hardly new, Holiday lays out how easily it is to twist it toward any end. . . . Trust Me, I'm Lying provides valuable food for thought regarding how we receive-- and perceive-- information."
-- New York Post