Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community
By Robert D. Putnam
This easy-to-read book displays the changes in American civic engagement and patterns in social capital, making clear the nature and value of the various kinds of social connections that we all have.
Posted: 02/06/2008 03:30 PM EST more »
Facebook Fanatic: Explode Your Popularity, Secure Your Privacy and Buzz Your Band on Facebook
By Editors of BottleTree Books LLC
A complete guide to Facebook, this book describes not only why Facebook is so popular but also how you can become popular on the site, giving you the inside scoop.
Posted: 02/06/2008 03:28 PM EST more »
Facebook For Dummies
By Leah Pearlman and Carolyn Abram
In the style of the Dummies collection, this manual provides the new Facebook users detailed information on every stage of using Facebook from the basics of beginning a profile to using the site for business reasons and even creating and adding your own Facebook applications.
Posted: 02/06/2008 03:29 PM EST more »
Facebook: The Missing Manual
By E. Vander Veer
Here you’ll find full information on subjects ranging from registering for the site to getting a job using Facebook. This manual is perfect for users who are new to online networking.
Posted: 02/06/2008 03:32 PM EST more »
Happy About Online Networking: The virtual-ly simple way to build professional relationships
By Liz Ryan
If you are new to online networking, this book not only provides a working knowledge of the very basics of who, what, when, where and why you should use the internet professionally, but also introduces you to the major professional networking sites giving you new methods for using them successfully.
Posted: 02/06/2008 03:31 PM EST more »
Inside Facebook: Life, Work and Visions of Greatness
By Karel M. Baloun
Beginning with an explanation of the Facebook’s corporate structure, Baloun explains how online social networking, especially the Facebook brand, brings a new source of power to its users.
Posted: 02/06/2008 03:25 PM EST more »