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Inhuman Resources: Steven Savage’s Best of Fan To Pro, Volume 2 By Steven Savage
Paperback: $17.95
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Steven Savage reviews the second year of www.fantopro.com, the blog for professional geeks, fans, and otaku. It's a trip back to second-yester-year with the best (at least in his opinion) of his... More > columns from 2009 to 2010. From the meaning of backlog in today's modern media to treating resumes as writing experiences, it's full-bore professional geekery for careerists!< Less
Inhuman Resources: Steven Savage’s Best of Fan To Pro, Volume 2 (PDF Edition) By Steven Savage
eBook (PDF): $1.99
Steven Savage reviews the second year of www.fantopro.com, the blog for professional geeks, fans, and otaku. It's a trip back to second-yester-year with the best (at least in his opinion) of his... More > columns from 2009 to 2010. From the meaning of backlog in today's modern media to treating resumes as writing experiences, it's full-bore professional geekery for careerists! (This is the PDF edition of the book)< Less
Progeek Rising: Steven Savage’s Best of Fan To Pro, Volume 1 By Steven Savage
eBook (ePub): $1.99
Steve Savage takes you back to the first year of www.fantopro.com, the blog for professional geeks, fans, and otaku. Journey back to yesteryear with the best (at least in his opinion) of his columns... More > from 2008 to 2009 and explore issues ranging from relocating to the most fan-friendly areas, to brainstorming careers, to just what is the "Geekonomy." It's always a good time to go fan-to-pro! (This is the ePub edition of the book)< Less
Progeek Rising: Steven Savage’s Best of Fan To Pro, Volume 1 By Steven Savage
Paperback: $14.95
Prints in 3-5 business days
Steve Savage takes you back to the first year of www.fantopro.com, the blog for professional geeks, fans, and otaku. Journey back to yesteryear with the best (at least in his opinion) of his columns... More > from 2008 to 2009 and explore issues ranging from relocating to the most fan-friendly areas, to brainstorming careers, to just what is the "Geekonomy." It's always a good time to go fan-to-pro!< Less