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While I’m away, would you help me promote these new editions of my book? In The Bubble has now been translated into French, Italian and Portuguese – and I’d appreciate your support in three ways:
a) buy-and-send copies for all your French, Italian and Portuguese-speaking friends around the world;
b) tell everyone you know, who speaks those languages, that these editions are now available;
c) send me the name and postal address of journalists, bloggers and thought-leaders in those languages to whom you think I should send a free review copy. (john at thackara dot com)
Here, first, is the French edition translated by Anne Despond-Barre and published by Marc Partouche for Cite du Design Editions.
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Next is the Italian edition translated by Niels Betori and published by Pier Paolo Peruccio for Allemandi.
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And here, below, published by Virgilia and available from Saraiva is the Portuguese edition published by Marcelo Melo.
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  1. Posted April 26, 2009 at 09:31 | Permalink

    John
    A book in the Internet age ! Well done and let’s hope that the content grabs people’s attention.
    Ideas – register a twitter account in france called sarko and another called nonpoursarko . put the book on each and see what happens. you may need some publicity. don’t know if french use facebook ; might be bebo or another brand.
    loic le meur of seesmic fame seems a french internaut – he may know the french cyberspace experts / who has the largest following
    http://loiclemeur.com/english/2008/02/how-i-started-s.html
    By the way, amazing that the French edition has NO photo on the cover – is this le snobbisme intellectuel at work ?
    Spain – can only promise to point cousins to the site
    Do you have twitter followers ?
    Regards
    Alex

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