This article first appeared on the Financial Post.
Michael Cohen’s latest book, ” The Dark Side of Chrome “, which he co-authored with his wife Jane, has just sold an astonishing 10 million copies worldwide, making it the most successful e-book ever.
But what is the Chrome book?
The answer is a long story that has taken more than a decade to unravel, and it involves the Internet, Google Books, and the dark side of technology.
Michael Cohen’s book, which he has described as “a manifesto for a new culture”, tells how the Web, the Web 2.0, and technology in general have changed how we think and act.
Michael Cohen, who has been writing about tech for more than 30 years, has created a new generation of people interested in technology, and in how it affects society.
This book explains the technology that has changed the way we work and live, and what it means for the future.
Michael wrote the book in response to the rise of social media, where people have the power to communicate with one another, and to create the world we live in.
People increasingly feel they can share things and communicate with anyone they choose.
Michael writes that these powerful people have created a culture that encourages people to “create a sense of power, control, and identity” in their everyday lives.
This is an important shift, but not a new one.
“The Web was created to create a more intimate relationship between the individual and the machine, and I see this as a profound change,” Michael writes.
He describes how the “new age” of information has given rise to a “distant and unstructured universe where ideas are formed in the blink of an eye, and shared and sold like hotcakes”.
Michael says that this new reality is a form of “information tyranny”.
This is the first time Michael has written about this phenomenon, and he has a long history of exploring these issues.
He has written extensively about how the Internet has led to the erosion of our privacy and the rise and spread of digital surveillance.
Michael has also been concerned with the rise in the use of the Internet to disseminate propaganda and disinformation, and has written several books on the subject.
Michael has been interviewed on numerous news programs and television programs about the rise, spread, and impact of information warfare.
“I was always fascinated by the way the Web has changed our lives,” Michael said.
“It’s been one of the most amazing experiences of my life.
It’s been like discovering a whole new world of things.”
Michael wrote this book while studying at Harvard University, and during this time, he was also working on his book on how the technology of the Web was affecting how we interact with one other.
Michael says that the book is the result of an “emotional roller coaster” that has involved him writing “for a decade in a state of near constant distraction and self-destruction”.
In an interview with the New York Times, Michael said he was motivated to write “the most personal book I have ever written” after seeing a TED talk by his friend, a former Facebook executive, Mark Zuckerberg.
Michael said Zuckerberg had “been a mentor to me, and my life has changed a lot”.
He continued: “When I was younger I thought I was a genius.
Now I feel like a fool.”
Michael said that he felt “betrayed” when he learned that Mark Zuckerberg had died.
Michael told the Times that the news made him “want to throw up”.
Michael says he “felt betrayed” when Mark Zuckerberg died.
He wrote the article to raise awareness of the fact that Mark’s death had been a “complete and total lie”.
In the book, Michael explores the idea of “the dark side” of technology, which has been referred to as “the Internet of things”.
He describes how technologies have been used to control the information flow between individuals, corporations, and governments, and that we are now living in a time when information warfare has been unleashed.
Michael also explains the rise to prominence of the so-called “fake news” industry, which uses the Internet and social media to spread misinformation and promote fear.
He writes that “fake” news has a negative impact on society, because it allows the information to be spread by “the enemy of truth”.
Michael said the Internet was “one of the great engines of disinformation” and he believed the information that is being spread now is being passed around in “the open”.
He wrote that “false information is like cancer: it is everywhere”.
Michael argues that “the Dark Side” of the technology we use has created an environment that has led people to feel “betressed and abandoned by the technology they have worked so hard to build”.
Michael writes: “The Dark Side has led us to believe that the future is one of endless growth and technological innovation, rather than the endless darkness of the past.”