Have you ever been so utterly confused by a book that you later became convinced that you didn’t really read it?
John McWhorter has a gift for making an understanding of language easy and accessible.
Little Brother deals with some pretty serious topics, but distills them down to a point where even kids will find it all to be a bit silly.
You could take a bunch of classes to find out the philosophy behind AI. This is a much cheaper shortcut
Did you ever think that there was something missing from a story only to realize that someone part of the narrative has been left out? That’s what this book is about.
Angela Nagle’s ‘Kill all Normies’ takes a look at how internet cultures have fostered the current political environment.
In a future where governments are disappearing and corporations have taken over, a virus is being used to take over the world…
Bright future ahead? I mean, maybe. It could also be rather bleak. Max Tegmark thinks that it all depends on what we prepare for.
A mysterious soviet research institute is best described as… kind of zany.
The Emperor of all Maladies is a wonderfully and detailed look at a terrifying disease – cancer. It does so in exacting detail.