While I spent my time split in half between the weekend newspaper and a lake, I did some very quick research and came across Wired‘s 13 reading recommendations for this fall, that all seem to be worth a closer look.
Today in dystopian news: Amazon, the book selling department, controlling about 40% of the US book market, collects reading habbits from their sales and Kindle. By now the corporation knows enough about it’s customers it could be generating best selling books. Spookey. And potentially game changing, when machines replace creative professions.
Amazon has the ability to track vast amounts of reader data and use it to change the landscape of American fiction.
Learn programming with Usborne Publishing‘s 1983 “Introduction to Machine Code for Beginners“. The classic books have been released as PDF under the only restriction to link to their pages: Usborne’s computer and coding books.