A short, sharp, motivational collection of business case studies from the authors of the best-selling 100 Great Businesses and the Minds Behind Them.Creating profitable businesses on the internet is no mean feat and, as anyone who has watched the rise of eBay or Amazon knows, the web has forever changed the way we do business. Now the best-selling authors of 100 Great Businesses and the Minds Behind Them take a look at some of the smartest, most profitable internet businesses operating today, and reveal that whether big, small, local or on the other side of the planet, when it's web business, it's a small, fascinating world, with potentially limitless opportunities.More
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Well, this is why they have the preview function.
Well, the only issue I have with this book is the accent. I don't know if the reader is from the country the book was published in perhaps, and I realize there are probably plenty of foreign listeners. I've wasted many a credit on a book that was simply ruined for me with a British or Australian accent (these are my best guesses as to the origin of this accent, so please forgive me if I'm inaccurate, which is likely).
That said, there's nothing wrong with these accents. They simply do not work for me personally when it comes to listening to audio books. There are other characteristics I don't like in readers- for example, I don't really care for George Guidall, who is widely considered a great reader.
That said, I would simply say that for those who don't mind or rather enjoy a British or Australian accent, this would be a fine listen. It's just something that happens to distract me, and that's really not a reflection of the quality of the book or anyone involved with it; I can't stress that enough. I only wish I'd listen to the samples more often because it completely takes me out of my focus on the book.
Well, personally for me, I would just rather have an American English reader.
The accent, and that's nobodies "fault", it's just something that I've never cared for when it comes to audio books.
Disappointment, again, because the accent makes it hard to get into the book.