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How Music Got Free

Named one of Time magazine’s best books of 2015 so far, How Music Got Free is a story about greed, friendship, genius, stupidity and music piracy. In the gripping book, author Stephen Witt tells the fascinating story of pirated music, from the German audio engineers who invented the mp3, to the story of Dell Glover, a worker in a compact-disc manufacturing plant, with access to new albums who leaked nearly 2,000 of them over the course of a decade, to the story of an illegal website four times the size of the iTunes Music Store, and how the music industry allowed Apple and others to control the steering wheel of the digital transition.

Available for purchase in Europe here




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INGREDIENTS

Ingredients: A Visual Exploration of 75 Additives & 25 Food Products, is a new and astonishing book that reveals what really goes into your favorite foods. The fascinating visual exploration shows us what is really inside our food, breaking down the ingredients of 25 foods and laying them out next to each other in series of striking pictures. We’ve all read the ingredients label on the back, but what do all those mysterious-sounding chemicals and add...
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JONY IVE

Jony Ive - The Genius behind Apple´s Greatest Products is released today, it is written by Leander Kahney, the bestselling author of Inside Steve´s Brain. This is the first book to  focus on Ive, by many considered the most influential technology innovator in the world. Very little is widely known about Apple’s senior vice president of industrial design, the book provides insight of the designer that delighted Americas most demanding boss, and created...
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Roam Co-Living

Fancy living around the World? Adventure doesn´t have to wait until you quit your job or you retire. Roam Co-Living is a new network created for today´s digital work-from-anywhere nomads, instead of renting an apartment, you pay a lease ($500 per week or $1,800 per month) that lets you continually move and live around the World. You get a private room with your own bathroom, shared kitchens and living spaces, amenities like wi-fi and laundry, and in some places, poo...
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