‘The Asocial Networking’ Book Review Contest

‘The Asocial Networking’ Book Review Contest


Do you dig books and love to review them? Does social networking intrigue you enough to explore more about this global online village? Then here’s your chance to win a copy of ‘The Asocial Networking’ by author Dhiraj Kumar and get your review featured on our blog. Here’s a little something about the book. Also, you can get more details at this link.

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Book Summary of ‘The Asocial Networking’

This most unusual book looks at the newfound obsession driving people of all classes, countries and age groups – ‘the asocial networking’ – a must-do mode of entry into a new social order. If not adopted and mastered quickly, will it cause us to miss out on one of the greatest forms of modern human experience? It is also interesting and ironical to see ourselves socializing with the help of gadgets when we could actually step forward and socialize with the person standing next to us. For the benefit of those who exhibit their social lives online, this book offers little tricks of the trade to master the art of networking and garner tangible gains in the real world. The author discusses our vulnerabilities and weaknesses, which are often reflected in the way we socialize on the web. Some people have, however, mastered the art of masking their inhibitions – has this made them desirable and irresistible in both the electronic and real worlds? The ephemeral nature of our fantasy of socializing online, also poses the danger of obsolescence to the current rulers of social networking, while presenting an open window of opportunity to any innovative and enterprising entrepreneur who can better our societal experiences.

The author attempts to look into the future of mankind and its changing priorities, through the future of social networking. The reader is taken on a mind-boggling and nerve-crackling tour of the virtual world of networking, stopping only to expose the vulnerability of the human mind.

Details of the contest:

Now that you have read the brief summary and are excited to win a free copy, do read how you can go about it in two simple steps:

  • First, let us know why you should be the chosen winner in the comments and
  • Second, post a link to a book review you have done earlier.

The winner will be chosen by the author himself, so no point really in buttering us up! The contest is on till the 15th of May and the winner will be selected by the 20th of May. So hurry up and get going. All the best!