Burn Book: A Tech Love Story – Silicon Valley’s hidden secrets in the public eye

“Fires” lights up the new award-winning American journalist Kara Swisher for her secrets, the famous “college of technology”. The reason for the book “Burn Book: A Tech Love Story”, written by Kara Swiser, offering readers a tour of Silicon Valley sanctuaries. From the “queen of all media” (Walt Mossberg, The Wall Street Journal), this is the inner story we all expected for modern Silicon Valley and the greatest “explosion” in creating wealth in the history of the world. American librarians do not seem to spare characterizations for Kara Swisser: Spiritual, caustic, but fair to the technology industry and its magnates (Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg etc.), who wanted to change the world, but tore it apart! A critic does not chew his… words about Swiser’s new work, “Burn Book: A Tech Love Story: “Swisher, the ill-known journalist and chronicler of Silicon Valley’s OG… does not hold captives (!) in this highly legible look at the evolution of the digital world… Silly, brazen and coercively problematic, like his author, Burn Book sizzles. Burn Book is a necessary chronicle of technology’s most powerful players”. Covering the digital world’s “explosion” in the early 1990s, Kara Swiser starred in legendary incidents. In one of these, Chief Executive Officer of a leading technology company, accused the journalist of “shearing in the heating pipelines”, which caused Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg to once observe: “It’s a constant joke in Silicon Valley when we write memos to say: I hope Kara will never see it.” When he started at the “Washington Post”, he was one of the few people in journalism interested in the hatched, then, Internet. He then moved to the Wall Street Journal, while joining pioneering technology news sites. Swisser has interviewed everyone who has been associated with mass media in the past three decades. Steve Jobs, Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Sheryl Sandberg, Bob Iger, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Meg Whitman, Peter Thiel, Sam Altman, and Mark Zuckerberg, are only some who Kara Swisher made them sweat – metaphorically and Mr Facebook, literally! Despite the damage it causes in the window of Silicon Valley’s colossae, graying the image of the great masters of the famous valley, Swisher remains optimistic about the potential of technology, to help solve problems and not just create them. It calls on industry to make better, more careful choices, even when a new set of powerful artificial intelligence tools is ready to change the world again. In his heart, the “Burn Book: A Tech Love Story” is a love story about technology from someone who knows it better than anyone.