I would recommend revisiting any of the following:.
"Free Software, Free Society: Selected Essays
of Richard M. Stallman" (2002) Richard M Stallman..
"Rebel Code: Linux and the Open Source Revolution"
(2001) Glyn Moody..
"The Hacker Ethic and the Spirit of the Information Age"
(2001) Pekka Himanen..It woud be refreshing to discuss the basics again and regain some focus in these times of astroturfing and entryism.
Looks good. I'd like to include 1 or 2 of those next time around. There's no problem with a little non-fiction once in a while.
In addition to Downbelow Station, take a look at the Foreigner Series. I really enjoyed these books.https://www.goodreads.com/series/40807-foreigner [goodreads.com]
In addition to Downbelow Station, take a look at the Foreigner Series. I really enjoyed these books.https://www.goodreads.com/series/40807-foreigner [goodreads.com] [goodreads.com]
Your suggestion holds great merit nand' Tim.
I say we do either Downbelow Station then Revolt in 2100, or vice versa.
And book one of the "Foreigner" series, aptly named "Foreigner."
Which one burns the brightest when subjected to sufficiently high censorship?* Oryx and Crake - Book #1 of the MaddAddam trilogy - Margaret Atwood* Beggars in Spain - Book #1 of the Sleepless trilogy - Nancy Kress* Too Far - Rich Shapiro* Revolt in 2100 - (short stories collection) - Robert A. Heinlein* Morlock the Maker Short Stories - (pre-Blood of Ambrose?) - James Enge* Downbelow Station - C. J. Cherryh* Hammerfall - C. J. Cherryh* Sundiver - David Brin
Which one shines the brightest when subjected to a sufficiently high voltage and current:* mobile phone* laptop* desktop* NAS (Network Attached Storage)* the "cloud"* private server* spread around different devices (wired in series)* Other (Specify)
Which one shines the brightest when subjected to a sufficiently high voltage and current:* ARM* Intel x86 (with Management Engine)* AMD x86 (with Platform Security Processor)* Pre-2008 Intel or Pre-2013 AMD (or any models without known backdoors)* POWER or PowerPC* RISC-V* MIPS or SPARC* None of the above (comment your answer)
Which glows the brightest when supplied with a sufficiently high voltage and current:* Light bulbs* Vacuum tubes* Crystal oscillators* Transistors* Integrated Circuits* EEPROMs* LEDs* Other (Specify)
Can we please have a preferential ballot?
However, more than one winner will be selected.
O M F Gemojii? really?What is this, friendface?
This the triggering 👌
The hit protofuturistic novel Erectus Walks Amongst Us [amazon.com] should be added to the list.
It looks interesting, but are you trying to bankrupt the poorer soylentils? The options they give me range from $800 to $5000.
C. S. Lewis - Space TrilogyDouglas Adams - Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Pentalogy (Ignoring the sixth one he didn't write, "And another thing ...")Douglas Adams - The Salmon of Doubt: Hitchhiking the Galaxy One Last Time (Compilation of unpublished works, interviews, etc, and his uncompleted 6th hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy novel.)J. R. R. Tolkien - The SilmarillionJames S. A. Corey - Expanse SeriesBrent Weeks - Lightbringer SeriesBrandon Sanderson - Stormlight Archive
The Silmarillion? Oh dear. Why?