Found the book thru a NY Times review. I can't decide if it is satire aimed at Donald Trump or she is trying out as a latter day Ayn Randor maybe this is what she really believes is inevitable; at one point a chracter says' "Novels about the future aren't really about the future, they are about what we fear now".
Well this novel is about the future.
I am about 25% in and so far the book is a combination of Donald Trump's anti-immigrant nightmares and a teaparty wet dream with some cyber security scare tactics thrown in. It's entertaining and everyone in the book so far is amusingly clueless, but it is also deeply unsettling.
This dropped while I was out of town - From what I have read Ernest Cline seems to like the adaptation, but to me it seems to completely ...
Next week will be 25% of the planned 52 week run. I'll let you guys decide, stop or keep going?
So again today I am seeing all sorts of tweets about how great Mad Max - Fury Road is. Most revolving around the fact that Furiousa was a k...
Signed up for the Pentesting with Kali Linux course from Offensive Security. Going to try for my OSCP. If anyone has any hints, not chea...