I recently received the following books:
- Love Is the Killer App: How to Win Business and Influence Friends by Tim Sanders. [Editor's note: I will write a review of this book for Small Business Trends.]
- Personality Not Included: Why Companies Lose Their Authenticity And How Great Brands Get it Back, Foreword by Guy Kawasaki by Rohit Bhargava.
- Trust Agents: Using the Web to Build Influence, Improve Reputation, and Earn Trust by Chris Brogan and Julien Smith.
Talking about books, Jan Ekbom mentioned to me that he had bought several books by Ayn Rand in Swedish at the book fair in Gothenburg. I went to the book fair on Sunday and bought some notebooks by Moleskine.
Moleskine Volant - plain notebook with 54 detachable pages. (6.5x10.5 cm)
[Editor's note: What should I put as a reward? "As a reward: $"]
Moleskine Volant, Weekly Notebook Diary (hard cover) with address book insert (9x14 cm, 208 pages) and TEC pico pen.
Moleskine notebook diary in action!
Moleskine weekly notebook diary (hard cover) opened with expandable inner pocket. Formatted to-do cards.
Moleskine notebooks in three sizes: 6.5x10.5, 9x14 & 13x21 cm.
I will get a New York City Notebook when I visit the Big Apple again...
Recommended reading: Moleskine: The Guide by Nick Cernis and Why Moleskine Is The Model For Newspaper Survival by Jon Bernstein.
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