The editors describe this book as "a historical study of the effect of the internet ... on traditional business practices in the United States."

Since the book is fairly recent (2008), I expect much of this will be worthwhile and timely, though they do mention that they will look into historical case-studies and attempt to focus on "know facets," which I hope to mean they will stick to well-grounded facts and avoid speculation on present fads.

An overview of content:

EN: this title is a collection of essays by different authors on related topics. As such, it will be disjointed and random. It's also worth mentioning that the book is a survey for business users, so much of the information may be fundamental-level details, so I expect to be skipping a lot.