Biographie de Peter Small
Originally an electronic system design engineer, Peter Small engaged in a variety of exotic entrepreneurial business enterprises during the 1970s and 1980s - mostly revolving around the London fashion scene. In 1990 he became one of the pioneers of multimedia, producing the award winning, classic CD-ROM 'How God Made God' - an interactive work that linked computers to biological systems. His book, Lingo Sorcery, was a ground-breaking introduction to object-oriented programming and the follow up book, Magical A-Life Avatars, introduced many revolutionary new concepts to internet and web design philosophies. These books were followed in 1999 by The Entrepreneurial Web, an innovative e-business strategy book that anticipated the failures of the early dot-coms and provided a new and original perspective on creating businesses in an environment of constant change.