I read a book by Jesse Bering “I, you, he, she and other perverts. About instincts, which we are ashamed of "and I want to say the following. To quote something from it is too frank. This reading is generally for people with strong nerves and a high thre...
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“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...
I read Scott McClaud's cool scientific graphical study Understanding Comics. Awesome work that the world of comics is a true art. The book is designed to smash all the stereotypes that comics are stupid pictures with a minimum of text, more precisely, to...
Read a terrific comic "Persepolis" by Marzhan Satrapi. This is an autobiographical novel about its history of maturation against the backdrop of the Iranian Revolution. Marzhan has excellent parents, a rather progressive environment and freedom-loving up...