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Apparently it really is possible to spend too much time with the GNU Manifesto.
"Singularity sky" impressed the *beep* out of me with its combination of imagination and humor, and some of his other novels have also been very enjoyable.
Unfortunately I knew as much about Manfred, the lead character tying the book somewhat together, at that point as I knew at the end of the book.
Very provocative thoughts on trans-humanism and post-humanism. Piece is fiction, so can take assumptive leaps. Story is entertaining. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
On the negative side.... Expressing the craziness of the singularity makes the book disjointed, I thimk that is the point, still it makes the read harder, and chaoticPublished 1 month ago by D. Oblinger
If you like big ideas and challenging takes on where you belong in the universe, this is a fun read. I enjoyed it, but would have liked more story/character development. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael Todd Spain
A thoughtful and humorous look at an increasingly computerized future.Published 2 months ago by Ambrose J Williams
Charles Stross' ACCELERANDO shares a somewhat jumpy tour of his considerations of Vingean singularity. That missing article isn't. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Charles T. Riley
I'm a big fan of futurism novels ... and I tried to like this I really did. He has some interesting ideas ... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Katie
An excellent book. If you read slowly you'll go insane. Read slow, fast, and faster towards the end (as you would do for any accelerando in music) and it is better. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ian Derrington
I highly encourage you to buy this book if you're into futurism, transhumanism, cyberpunk, or modern sci-fi in general. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Douglas James Marvel