About Lloyd Fassett

I read fiction like McCarthy, Cheever, Carver, Philip K Dick. I think Fiction can save your life; History about U.S. economics in particular Peter L. Bernstein is a favorite. Social commentaries; I like business books that deal with internet economics (primarily Network Effects) as analogue industries go digital John Hagel is a favorite, Clay Shirkey, Yochai Benkler, Harvard Business Press rules! (for all my hoodies out there).

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Recent Activity

  • Lloyd shared from Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products by Nir Eyal
    this book teaches innovators how to build products to help people do the things they already want to do but, for lack of a solution, don’t do.
    Note: Hooked intro
  • Lloyd shared from Killing Jesus: A History by Bill O'Reilly, Martin Dugard
    Note: ffgy
  • Lloyd shared from The Executioner's Song by Norman Mailer
    Will we always be a manic-depressive nation of the greatest and most vile achievements? Will we always be a nation of both astronauts and mass-murderers? The Executioner’s Song doesn’t answer these questions, but it comes as close to solving the enigma of America as any other work of art we have.
    Note: Dave Eggers intro
  • Lloyd shared from Slaughterhouse-Five (Kurt Vonnegut Series) by Kurt Vonnegut
    ALL THIS HAPPENED, more or less.
    Note: "All this happened more or less"
  • Lloyd shared from Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace
    there’s always quietly sucking off the exhaust pipe of your repossessable car in the bank-owned garage of your familyless home.
(Bend, OR)
Lloyd Fassett