I read a book by Walter Isaacson "Innovators. Like a few geniuses, hackers and geeks made a digital revolution "and I want to say that this is one of the coolest books I've read. The big work of 3000 pages (e-books), when the average amount of reading ma...
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I started reading Anton Buslova back on Twitter (2011-2012), when all the active media community was trying to resolve the issue of a visa for Anton as soon as possible. He needed to fly to America for treatment, he had no time to wait. I re-read it LJ,...
In this book, Kevin Kelly gathered 12 technological trends that originated at the beginning of the digital era, are now imperceptibly present in our life, smoothly expanding and defining our future. Among the trends, of course, artificial intelligence, a...
“The incredible adventures of Lovelace and Babbage. * (Almost) the true story of the first computer "Sidney Padua
I read a graphic novel by Sidney Padua “The Incredible Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage. * (Almost) the true story of the first computer ”, to which you, dear readers, have given priority to voting among the three books. Just in case, look again at the...
Finally, I finished reading a 600-page (and in fact with appendices almost an 800-page) book “Mind Games” by Sylvia Nazar. And in this my "at last" there is no negative hue, I was not bored or hard to wade through the wilds of the incomprehensible (altho...