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I am Steve Spalding, blogger, entrepreneur and Internet-type person. This is my book.

All the Little Things is a book about the Internet.

It’s about building great things using the Internet and it’s about understanding the opportunities available to anyone with drive, creativity and a whole lot of grit. Said with a little more flourish, it’s a book about dreams, reality and all the work in between. I wrote this partially as a proof that I could do it (books are hard for blogging types) and mostly as an answer to the hundreds of phone calls, emails and other such correspondence I’ve received from entrepreneurs and creative types about how their product can overcome the noise.

When you’re done, I want you to be inspired to do something useful, to build that great project, to overcome inertia, to take the world by the horns and other such inspirational bits. In exchange for changing your life, I am going to ask a few small favors from you.

I want you to read the book, front to back, in its entirety. To help, I am offering you a complete version for free.

I want you to buy a copy of the book. Why? Not only are you helping to support all the hard work that has gone into this book, on top of that you will get exclusive access to all the revisions and additional content.

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I want you to tell everyone you know about this book. Which means I want this book to be so ridiculously useful to you that you can’t help by talking about it. The only way to do that is by giving me feedback. What do you want to see more of? What should be elaborated upon?


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