1/8/2013

Digital Disruption - buying the book shows the disruption

I was checking out this book on Digital Disruption. As I do, I first go to Amazon and see what the reviews are and then think about where to buy. Do I need an ebook or a real book? As I was searching for the various sites, I could see digital disruption in action.

In my context, in Australia, I have the following options as you can see in the gallery below. Amazon Kindle at $6, or Book Depository with Free Shipping worldwide at $25, same as the local site FishPond with free shipping (thank god) and Booktopia at $30 with $6.50 shipping in Australia and currently not in stock.

This is the idea behind the book I guess. Not only will you be disrupted, it can come from anywhere. As an ebook or as a physical book shipped from the UK to Australia.

[gallery ids=“272,273,274,275”]


Value Creation


Previous post
Dan Pallota: The way we think about charity is wrong This is an inspiring and action oriented talk. [ted id=1688] Some good quotes: 10% of people’s needs where market measures does not work
Next post
Social impact bonds should offer lower risks or higher returns, says report | Third Sector This is going to be an interesting arena to keep tabs on. Social impact bonds are unlikely to attract commercial investors unless they offer lower