Turning to novels, Codr offers a refreshing analysis of Robinson Crusoe that rejects its typical association with economic individualism and productivity to argue instead that it is committed to the benefits of insecurity and disruption.
Codr concludes with a chapter that argues (once again, counterintuitively) against the centrality of prudence to Henry Fielding's work, specifically the play The Modem Husband and the novel Tom Jones.
The final section on Tom Jones applies this lesson in unsought rewards to Tom, whom Codr identifies as virtuous insofar as he remains unwilling "to think through the consequences of his actions" (176).
In fact, Silva says, the system is set up so that Web-site visitors have to check out the "frequently asked questions" before being able to access the CODR email interface.
As a result of utilizing SaaS for its Web self-service, Silva was able to boost CODR's productivity, satisfaction, and cost-efficiency.