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– Mary Branscombe, ZDNet

‘Thought-provoking book. This slim volume does some envisioning, giving you a more cheerful view of how to cope with the world of work and the flood of information than the usual headlines. It’s also a good high-level survey of the research and writing on these areas, and it’s written in a friendly and accessible style that doesn’t assume you use any particular brand of technology, studded with personal anecdotes and discursions into what serendipity really means (it’s more Sherlock Holmes that winning the lottery).’