Everyday Chaos: Technology, Complexity, and How We're Thriving in a New World of Possibility


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Harvard Business Review Press
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6.5 X 1.06 X 9.56 inches | 1.0 pounds
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About the Author

From the earliest days of the web, David Weinberger has been a pioneering thought leader about the internet's effect on our lives, on our businesses, and most of all on our ideas. He has contributed to areas ranging from marketing and libraries to politics and journalism as a strategic marketing VP and consultant, an internet adviser to presidential campaigns, an early social-networking entrepreneur, a writer-in-residence at Google, a senior researcher at Harvard's Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, a fellow at Harvard's Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, a Franklin Fellow at the US State Department, and a philosophy professor. His writing has appeared in publications from Wired to Harvard Business Review, and his books include the bestselling The Cluetrain Manifesto.


"Weinberger has given us a beautifully written set of mental maps to help keep us aligned with our own futures." -- KMWorld

Advance Praise for Everyday Chaos

Seth Godin, author, This Is Marketing--
"My copy is filled with notes on the margins of every page. This is what books are for--a mind-blowing, game-changing, fun-to-read race into the future. Wow."

Reid Hoffman, cofounder, LinkedIn; Partner, Greylock--
"If you want to better understand the possibilities that machine learning and other forms of AI are creating--and harness the power of these breakthroughs--read this lively and illuminating book!"

Aneesh Chopra, former (and first) US Chief Technology Officer, Obama Administration--
"Weinberger's thought-provoking call to action is a must-read for business leaders pushing the envelope on innovation, for policy makers seeking to protect the public from undue harm, and for the rest of us who are keen to live better lives but mindful of any unintended consequences."

Robin Chase, cofounder and former CEO, Zipcar--
"David's writing is just so pleasing, and his ideas so interesting and useful, that I found myself reveling in his words, nudging my partner and saying, 'Let me read you this bit . . . '"

Joichi Ito, Director, MIT Media Lab--
"With classic Weinberger wit and brilliant insight, this book shatters the myth of predictability while delivering grounded, actionable advice for anyone trying to thrive in the everyday chaos that has become our world. A page-turner must-read for everyone."