There is not really much to this small (117 page) book.
It seems to be something which was rushed out after the dot com collapse to take advantage of a niche of middle aged men who were in pain from losing their nest egg and were looking for somebody to blame.
Jim Cramer (CNBC's ranting and raving crazy man) has plenty of blame for other people for hyping new economy stocks with no true intrinsic value, but it seems that he was a frequent guest on various television shows exhibiting the same type of behavior.
This is not to say that there is no entertainment or possibly some nuggets of knowledge to be gleaned from this book. The portions on Enron and WorldCom are interesting and succinct.
This book was published by Simon & Schuster in 2002.