Marialuisa Paciolla Paciolla từ Zaborowo, Ba Lan
Chà, tôi đã tự viết cái này nên dĩ nhiên tôi thích nó. Chỉ muốn nói thêm rằng nó đã được xuất bản lần đầu tiên trong tạp chí Orchard Press Mysteries vài năm trước. Đó là một bí ẩn nhẹ của một đại lý bất động sản, Destiny Hogan, trong chế độ ăn kiêng, người nhận được nhiều hơn cô ấy mặc cả cho lần này.
Câu chuyện ghê tởm, nhưng giữ sự chú ý của tôi. Chữ viết rất sặc sỡ. Tôi rất thích phong cách của anh ấy một chút.
Chances are good that a large portion of the general population has come in contact with Google in some way, shape, or form within the last 11 years. I, for one, am so finely ingrained in a plethora of their services that it's almost frightening to think of what all I have stored on their servers. Even given all of that, they're still a fascinating company. And Planet Google is a wonderfully enthralling book. The best thing about it is that it's not just a straight chronological account of their history. Rather, Stross separates the book into logical and meaningful chapters, with each one dedicated to a particluar aspect or project that Google is known for. The introduction is the only place where you'll get a pretty broad overview of where the company has come from, where it is, and where it is going. After that, he dives right into the open and closed nature of Google's products. That is followed by a chapter solely about "The Algorithm" that Google's bread and butter, their search engine, uses to crawl the intarwebs. The next few chapters discuss Google's effort to digitize every book ever published, their acquisition of YouTube, how Google Maps came to be, and the evolution of Gmail and the rest of their productivity suite. The last chapter discusses the role of human interaction in Google's products. It's a short read, at only 200 pages, but it's an absolute page turner. Each one of the chapters was a delight to read, to learn about products and services that I use on a daily basis. If you consider yourself to be a nerd, read this book. If you have even a passing interest in the big G, read this book.
so I cried! Okay...balled...ran to my father and cried...get over it!