Company of Foos

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Product Details
Price
$15.99  $14.87
Publisher
Foo Publishing
Publish Date
Pages
322
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.72 inches | 1.04 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9798891450431

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About the Author
Paul Davidson is a producer, writer, and entertainment executive. His previous books include Consumer Joe and The Lost Blogs: From Jesus to Jim Morrison. Find him at www.pauldavidson.net.
Reviews

ADVANCE PRAISE FOR COMPANY OF FOOS


"A very funny window into the culture of tech."

-Kevin Roose, New York Times bestselling author of Young Money


"Company of Foos is a really funny book. It nails the culture, mentality and zeitgeist of big tech like no other book ever has."

-Bradley Tusk, Author of The Fixer and Obvious in Hindsight


"With this ingenious big tech send-up, Davidson skillfully reveals the hidden absurdities underpinning the disruption economy. Laugh out loud funny, terrifying and truly unreal."

-J. Allard, Creator of the XBOX and Zune


"A well-crafted, biting satire that shines a hilarious spotlight on the hall-of-mirrors world of big tech. I could not put it down."

-Mark E. Greene, Author of Lobster Wars


"A brainy and hilarious corporate satire-not-satire that's like the wicked love child of The Social Network and The Big Short. Davidson pulls out all the stops in this wild rollercoaster ride with a big heart at its nutty center. So much fun."

-Gary Goldstein, Author of The Last Birthday Party


"Davidson packs more pop-culture references into the fun and compelling Company of Foos than an entire season of Family Guy."

-Keith Wisniewski, Author of Too Small to Fail


"Funny and timely."

-Wayne Gladstone, Author of Notes from the Internet Apocalypse


"Davidson has given us a needed morality tale for the New World Order."

-Dustin Kidd, Author of Pop Culture Freaks


"Paul Davidson's hilarious book makes me glad that I never had the smarts to work in tech."

-Sarah Walker, McSweeney's Internet Tendency