The official launch date for The Year Without Pants: and the Future of work is September 10th, but early copies went out recently to reporters, media and reviewers. The first to post about the book is Robert Scoble, and here’s what he wrote:

Finally a business book with something new to say. Generally I get sent a lot of books, skim through them, and say “sounds just like Tom Peters, or Guy Kawasaki, or Seth Godin, or or or….  The book didn’t disappoint. Scott’s first-person view gives us an insider look at how a modern startup works. Highly recommended.”

Other early endorsements here.

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3 Responses to “Scoble’s review of The Year Without Pants”

  1. Phil Simon |

    Nice, dude. Just out of curiosity, is WordPress considered a startup?

  2. William Tincup |

    Yo, love to have you on DriveThruHR to talk about the book…


  3. Michael Nitabach |

    Awesome, dude!


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