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Advertise This!

by Kevin Kendall  GB United Kingdom

September 12, 2017   |    2,183 reads    |   0 comments

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Advertise This! - Book coverTake a journey through the murky world of mobile app development. Advertise This! is a colourful account of the harsh realities faced by the individual in a world dominated by corporate power. Based on the author’s own experience of seeking to find a foothold in the mobile games industry, a foothold which was then taken away and denied for no good reason, the insights and conclusions reached apply equally to the wider digital world, and have very real implications for society in general.

Be prepared to have your beliefs challenged, and your eyes opened.

Author's Note: 

This book resulted from a very disappointing experience of creating and publishing a mobile game, which illustrated very clearly that at the very least, this part of the software industry is actively removing and suppressing the work of individuals, and giving preference to products from the corporate world. This reality isn't anything like the carefully crafted image presented to the public. It was written from a position of anger about an industry based on lies, so on one level, the book is an exercise in the time honoured tradition of venting one's spleen and having a good rant, while also raising real issues that should be of concern to a great many people.


About The Author

Kevin Kendall is a self educated, ex-computer programmer, and lives in the UK. He believes passionately in freedom of expression, and understands the very real concerns that are created by excesses of power. He enjoys reading and learning about a wide variety of subjects, and loves to look far beyond the sugar coated surface of the mainstream world. He has several theoretical hobbies, but the dual constraints of time and money mean that these usually never go beyond the planning stage. With his writing, he hopes to wake people up to the darkness gathering its forces just outside of our... more

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