Gainesville, FL, August 11, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- American author Saiid Barker, founder of Samadi, Inc., has challenged the corporate world with his first book titled 'All the Wasted Paperclips', published on lulu.com, in an attempt to turn the workers in the U.S. against their masters.
Mr. Barker, who graduated with a B.S. in Biochemisty and Molecular Biophysics from the University of Arizona, lept at the chance to speak for his peers in the work force. Here, he clearly illustrates the usury of the modern work place and the psycological torment it inflicts.
This diatribe on modern working conditions highlights the reasoning behind the choices we make and offers the readers a way out of their misery. In his 118 page narrative he shows that, in the words of John Lennon, 'Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans.'
The book itself was written over the course of the past year on scraps of paper and compiled into its current format. It now stands as one man's quest to change your world.
'I had the idea 10 years ago.', says Mr. Barker. 'I finally hit a low point and felt that it was time to start. I decided that if I could just write 1 page every 3 days, in a year I'd have a book. Now, thanks to lulu.com, my dreams have come true.'
While his title, 'All the Wasted Paperclips', may lead to an image of an office filled with clutter, the book transcends this imagry and takes its reader on a ride of introspection and examination of their life's full quality.
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Saiid Barker is 30 years old and lives with his family in northern Florida. His book can be found at :