Paul Graham , designer of the new Arc language, was the creator of Yahoo Store, the first web-based application. His technique for spam filtering inspired most current filters. He has a PhD in Computer Science from Harvard and studied painting at RISD and the Accademia in Florence.
When I’m reading Kindle books I always highlight interesting sentences and paragraphs. I thought it would be good to have them in handy on a blog. Read morePublished 22 hours ago by Azat Mardan
Disappointing. Maybe if I was still 12 or 13 years old I would find these "big ideas" interesting. What a waste.Published 1 month ago by R.J.
excellent book. shaped a lot of really deep thinking and an appreciation for technologyPublished 1 month ago by Johnson
As a long time open source software contributor, I really thought I'd like it. But the first chapter(s?) kept obsessing over the authors high school angst. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
H & P has one of the highest insights-per-page densities of any book I've read. Graham writes essays not to describe or sell ideas but to discover them. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ben_Davidow
and really really enjoyed it. An important book to help understand the culture and process that brought us the current (as of 2006-2014) Internet.Published 8 months ago by Slava F.
I enjoyed the book. It's got good advice for hackers that are trying to start their own startup for business or for fun. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Sergio
This book was less intriguing than I thought it would be even though it gave me some new ideas to contemplate.Published 10 months ago by Mair231