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    Niklas Zennström and Skype:

    ISBN-10: 1448895278
    ISBN-13: 9781448895274
    Author(s): Jason Porterfield
    Description: In 2003, Swedish businessman Niklas Zennstrm sent out an email message to his friends, asking them to take a look at a new Web site called Skype.com. With that message, he launched one of the most popular Internet services of the early twenty-first  More...
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    Publisher: Rosen Pub Group
    Binding: Library Binding 
    Pages: 128
    Size: 6.00" wide x 9.50" long x 0.50" tall
    Weight: 0.792
    Language: English

    In 2003, Swedish businessman Niklas Zennstrm sent out an email message to his friends, asking them to take a look at a new Web site called Skype.com. With that message, he launched one of the most popular Internet services of the early twenty-first century. Skype revolutionized the way that people communicated by offering free and low-cost phone calls to anywhere in the world through the Internet. In the years since Zennstrm sent that e-mail message, more than six hundred million people worldwide have become Skype users. This informational text is aligned to content areas in social science and technology, providing readers with a compelling look at the technological world of Internet start-ups and Zennstrm's cutting-edge business savvy. The insightful narrative includes sidebars on some of the company's innovations, a biographical fact sheet on Zennstrm, and a fact sheet that profiles the company's achievements. A timeline provides students with a succinct overview of Zenntrm's life and Skype's history.

    Introduction
    Zennstr�m's Early Life
    Starting a Company
    Developing Skype
    How Skype Works
    Success and Conflict
    Life After Skype
    Fact Sheet on Niklas Zennstr�m
    Fact Sheet on Skype
    Timeline
    Glossary
    For More Information
    For Further Reading
    Bibliography
    Index

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