Bernard Setaro Clark
A funny thing has happened on our way to the digital utopia: we find ourselves increasingly missing reality. In this spirited audiobook, David Sax has found story after story of entrepreneurs, artisans, and creators who make real money by selling real things. And they're not just local craftspeople, either. As paper is supposedly vanishing, Moleskine notebooks-a company founded in 1997, the same year as the dot-com boom-has grown into a large multinational corporation. As music ...