Jess shares anecdotes over 20+ years, from the late 1980s through present day. She details moments when her life was influenced by or intersected with emerging and popular technologies.
Hidden Figures is the unseen history of the early days of NASA’s Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia., bringing key background contributors into focus, and providing new insight into some of NASA’s most famous accomplishments of the 1960s.
Gaiman takes disparate pieces of old stories and creates something new and accessible.
Eric travels the world to try and figure out if where you are influences how you are. It’s an interesting idea. Naive and unsophisticated, in the best possible way.
Women casting malice upon one another, using and destroying men, ignoring their children, and wreaking havoc on society to fulfill their own selfish means.
Why should anyone who is not a 19th century Russian care about this book?