1 June 2006
In November last year, Google Blogoscoped’s Philipp Lenssen announced that he would be writing a book titled “55 Ways To Have Fun With Google” about... well... fifty-five ways to have fun with Google.
Philipp interviewed me a few days later as he needed a “Google expert” – and those are his words, not mine – for one of the chapters in the book, firing question after question about Google’s services at me which I had to answer spontaneously.
Anyway, 55 Ways to Have Fun With Google has finally been released via Lulu – which is apparently ‘the only place on the web where you can publish, sell and buy any and all things digital’ – and I’ve just ordered my copy. (I’ve even finally registered an account on Digg and dugg it to try and get it a bit more exposure.)
I know Philipp’s worked hard on this book, so congratulations to him on finally getting it finished and let’s hope it sells well!
[Via Google Blogoscoped, of course...]
Update: 22 June 2006 (20:14)
“The full PDF of [...] 55 Ways to Have Fun With Google is now available on 55fun.com. As the book is Creative Commons licensed, you are encouraged to copy, read, share, remix, convert, quote, browse, and print the PDF to your liking.”
– Philipp Lenssen, Author