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[ PDF / Epub ] ✅ The Hacker and the Ants Author Rudy Rucker – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us

The Hacker and the Ants From A Two Time Winner Of The Philip K Dick Award, And One Of The Founding Fathers Of Cyberpunk Comes A Novel About A Very Modern Nightmare The Most Destructive Computer Virus Ever Has Been Traced To Your Machine Computer Programmer Jerzy Rugby Spends His Days Blissfully Hacking Away In Cyberspace Aiding The GoMotion Corporation In Its Noble Quest To Create Intelligent Robots Then An Electronic Ant Gets Into The Machinery Then Ants Then Millions And Millions Of The Nasty Viral Pests Appear Out Of Nowhere To Wreak Havoc Throughout The Net And Suddenly Jerzy Rugby Is Public Enemy Number One, Wanted For Sabotage, Computer Crime, And Treason A Patsy Who Must Now Get To The Bottom Of The Virtual Insectile Plague Rudy Rucker Warms The Cockles Of My Heart I Think Of Him As The Scarlet Pimpernel Of Science Fiction Philip Jose Farmer

[ PDF / Epub ] ✅ The Hacker and the Ants  Author Rudy Rucker – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us
  • Paperback
  • 306 pages
  • The Hacker and the Ants
  • Rudy Rucker
  • English
  • 01 June 2017
  • 1568582471

    10 thoughts on “[ PDF / Epub ] ✅ The Hacker and the Ants Author Rudy Rucker – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us


  1. says:

    First Rudy Rucker novel I ve read, stumbled on it Glad I read it, and it was a pretty light read so not too time consuming Seems to be the same AI fears as today, only roll back two decades before smart phones Vaguely twisted but familiar perspectives on California at the time rounds out the entertainment a real estate agent conspiracy, for instance The characters are not always consistent the narrator is somewhat unpredictable the plot line takes some unlikely twists in order to achie First Rudy Rucker novel I ve read, stumbled on it Glad I read it, and it was a pretty light read so not too time consuming Seems to be the same AI fears as today, only roll back two decades before smart phones Vaguely twisted but familiar perspectives on California at the time rounds out the entertainment a real estate agent conspiracy, for instance The characters are not always consistent the narrator is somewhat unpredictable the plot line takes som...


  2. says:

    review of Rudy Rucker s The Hacker and the Ants by tENTATIVELY, a cONVENIENCE January 14, 2015 For the complete review go here I m glad I read this back to back w Rucker s Master of Space and Time from 10 yrs before Rucker s come a long way since then Master of Space and Time was fun but in a somewhat light weight kind of way The Hacker and the Ants is fa...


  3. says:

    la storia di per se non sarebbe male, anche se alla fin fine ha un sapore di deja vu fortissimo diciamo che fa un po blockbuster americano con qualche deriva pi intelligente, pi la solita variante del mito ...


  4. says:

    The book tells the story of Jerzy Rugby all characters in the book have interesting names , a computer programmer in Silicon Valley Jerzy is working for a company called Go Motion His job is to use genetic algorithms to come up with the best possible AI for a robot the company wants to start selling to families in the very near future.Jerzy is a typical hacker interesting point all programming hacking is done in Virtual Reality and so it comes as no surprise that things aren t going s The book tells the story of Jerzy Rugby all characters in the book have interesting names , a computer programmer in Silicon Valley Jerzy is working for a company called Go Motion His job is to use genetic algorithms to come up with the best possible AI for a robot the company wants to start selling to families in the very near future.Jerzy is a typical hacker interesting point all programming hacking is done in Virtual Reality and so i...


  5. says:

    Rudy Rucker is smart and the consequence is that he always has a bunch of ideas to throw into the book and sometimes it s just too much and this book is a good example Given that original book was published somewhere around 93 author had a vision for a lot of things that came into mainstream only decades later, like good navigation, online games, virtual reality, ai, robots etc This book was in a way his attempt to describe how he saw the world with all this In addition to that main person i Rudy Rucker is smart and the consequence is that he always has a bunch of ideas to throw into the book and sometimes it s just too much and this book is a good example Given that original book was published somewhere around 93 author had a vision for a lot of things that came into mainstream only decades later, like good navigation, online games, virtual reality, ai, robots etc This book was in a way his attempt to describe how he saw the world with all this In addition to that main person is a hacker and hence we get a lot of descriptions of programming related moments.Taking into account all this a good portion of the book consists of descriptions of things mentioned that are sometime naive and sometimes so precise that it makes them really boring E.g at one moment author describes a toolbar of icons main hero sees, how they look like etc.The other not so good part is about characters in the book While some of them areor les...


  6. says:

    This one is conflicting some great sci fi ideas and descriptions on cyberspace and robotics, but some lame pulpy writing and plot contrivances So let s call it 3.5 stars, shall weRead it like PK Dick which you are very much encouraged to realizing the plot and characters are only a bamboo framework to showcase bigger ideas about VR and robotics And how sad, a decade and a half after the writing, VR and robotics haven t come further than the author undoubtedly guest they would have by This one is conflicting some great sci fi ideas and descriptions on cyberspace and robotics, but some lame pulpy writing and plot contrivances So let s call it 3.5 stars, shall weRead it like PK Dick which you are very much encouraged to realizing the plot and characters are only a bamboo framework to showcase bigger ideas about VR and robotics And how sad, a decade and a half after the writing, VR and robotics haven t come further than the author undoubtedly guest they would have by now Much of the setting is also rather cliche mid 90 s cyberpunk oh, the Californian hacker smokes pot, didn t see that coming But if the tone borrows a bit from Gibson Stephenson flash bang style games, Rucker seems to also maintain some tongue in cheek distance from it all and is having fun Sure, let the geek protagonist have some unrealistic sex scenes and duck away to Switzerland on a forged passport for a weekend, what the hell The title of th...


  7. says:

    Rucker reads like Philip K Dick would have had PKD had an editor to keep him fully coherent and to make him do several drafts of his novels This is the second Rucker novel I have read, and I am impressed This could have been so much better than it was, so much potential to what is really a simple story The drug use and really awkwardly described sex could have been removed In its place, Rucker could have planted seeds of foreshadowing and thought that would have led to the narrator s denoue Rucker reads like Philip K Dick would have had PKD had an editor to keep him fully coherent and to make him do several drafts of his novels This is the second Rucker novel I have read, and I am impressed This could have b...


  8. says:

    Between the gratuitous mention of 1990s era computer science topics and the constant and then I got stoned passages, I really had a hard time finding a story in this book As a programmer I did enjoy some of the 1990s era computer science topics, and I did appreciate the fact that the descriptions were actually accurate, but I kept wishing that they had been introduceddeftly.The story isn t bad There are actually a few gems hidden in there including the origin of ROBOT.LIB and Coolid Between the gratuitous mention of 1990s era computer science topics and the constant and then I got stoned passages, I really had a hard time finding a story in this book As a programmer I did enjoy some of the 1990s...


  9. says:

    Divertido pero extra amente anacr nico Rucker escribe una historia sobre hackers en el sentido estricto de la palabra , vida artificial y autoreplicaci n, donde mezcla conceptos del cyberpunk su ciberespacio es una mezcla de c mo lo conceb a W Gibson con la red existente en la poca en que escribi esta novela un espacio tridimensional y virtual al cual se conectan v a telef nica, almacenamiento de datos y video en Cd con algunas ideas acerca de c mo los virus i...


  10. says:

    Uno de los libros que me dej sin comentar, pero nunca es tarde, incluso para comentar un libro como ste El libro es muy malo, sobre todo en los personajes que parecen sacados de un telefilme barato Solo se salva lo digo por la estre...

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