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    I needed a tent for my two year old son who wanted to go 'camping' in our back yard. So - I go to Amazon - type in 'tent' - go to the most expensive tent - whala - 1K on a tent? not bad in price...I only want the most expensive item. This shows me that it has the best color out there....the best look in style....I had my butler put it up for my son. The whole thing fell apart within an hour. My son now wants to be a pilot...time for another road trip to Beverly Hills...!

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    I have recently been through some awful things in my life. Seizure, brain tumor, cancer... yeah, pretty sad. But I have been looking for books that will not allow me to feel sorry for myself. This book is JUST what the doctor ordered! I learned (am learning) so much about resiliency, flexibility and caring for people through this woman's experience. I absolutely love it.

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    Clearly written and well articulated, the Age of Context is a great read for anyone from seasoned technologists to my mother.

    This book will become an artifact of history, that manuscript you look back on in twenty years from now and go "Wow, they got THAT right!" in much the way we view the Cluetrain Manifesto today.

    Every once in a while you come across that special book. That rare technology book that requires more than a cursory reading. That rare business book where you have to read more than just the first two chapters. AoC is that book.

    We got it wrong when we called web 3.0 the semantic web. We get it wrong when we talk about the consumer future of "big data". It's not about a web, and it's about more than "big" data. It's about the small spoonfuls of data at the right time. It's about a web that extends far beyond screens. Its about a semantic world, delivered in our new age of context.

    The one downside of this book will be the over-hype and misuse of the word "context" in much the same way as we see "social" misused today. It's only a matter of time before we see the first "Agency of the Contextual Age".

    Great read, highly recommended. Now go buy it!