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  1. says: SUMMARY á 3SW.CO ✓ Walter Isaacson Walter Isaacson ✓ 1 CHARACTERS READ & DOWNLOAD The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution

    READ & DOWNLOAD The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution EBOOK or PDF (The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution) Þ Walter Isaacson I feel bad that I joked about this book in my review of Ninth House and made it seem like a boring read all about how transistors are made It

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    SUMMARY á 3SW.CO ✓ Walter Isaacson Walter Isaacson ✓ 1 CHARACTERS READ & DOWNLOAD The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution Note added 23 Feb 2017 This seems to have a lot of likes but I want to make sure that people understand that my perspective is a bit specialized The book is lively and very interesting If you want to read a provocative and detailed story of innovation this is a great choice I think the full story reuires some extra reading which I note in the review The book has its limitations but it's still a good readRegrettably I can't give

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    EBOOK or PDF (The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution) Þ Walter Isaacson SUMMARY á 3SW.CO ✓ Walter Isaacson “But the main lesson to draw from the birth of computers is that innovation is usually a group effort involving collabo

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    EBOOK or PDF (The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution) Þ Walter Isaacson I loved Isaacson's Benjamin Franklin and Steve Jobs biographies I really really wanted to love this one In a sense this b

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    Walter Isaacson ✓ 1 CHARACTERS SUMMARY á 3SW.CO ✓ Walter Isaacson EBOOK or PDF (The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution) Þ Walter Isaacson A masterful tour of the creative people behind the development of computers and the digital revolution using a frame that probes the relative contributions of teamwork vs individual genius As I continually benefitted the ever increasing capabilities of computers from the 70s onward for my former science career and I enjo

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    EBOOK or PDF (The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution) Þ Walter Isaacson The basic premise of this book is that innovators and inventors do not create new concepts solo They are almost always collaborators But there is not a surplus of collaboration described in this book This was a fun entertaining book to read In the beginning of the book the innovators were described in detail in historical order But

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    EBOOK or PDF (The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution) Þ Walter Isaacson 2nd read 1082016 10132016Rereading this book was just slightly less entertaining than the first time through I loved hearing the stories of collaboration outright copying business machinations and cool combinations of art an

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    READ & DOWNLOAD The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution EBOOK or PDF (The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution) Þ Walter Isaacson In his latest book Isaacson offers the rea

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    EBOOK or PDF (The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution) Þ Walter Isaacson Walter Isaacson ✓ 1 CHARACTERS SUMMARY á 3SW.CO ✓ Walter Isaacson This book is going to be huge since it functions not only as a history of the computer and the internet but as a treatise on innovation and collaboration I can imagine that it will be reuired reading for all kinds of people working in all varieties of business Unlike his bio of Steve Jobs which was important as immediate history but was also understandably rushed Isaacson's new book reads like a labor of love and is much

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    EBOOK or PDF (The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution) Þ Walter Isaacson SUMMARY á 3SW.CO ✓ Walter Isaacson READ & DOWNLOAD The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution 42 StarsReaders can infer a number of salient points from this excellent history of digital innovation but the main takeaway for me was this in

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The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution

CHARACTERS ï The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution SUMMARY á 3SW.CO ✓ Walter Isaacson READ & DOWNLOAD The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution започва с графиня Ада Лъвлейс дъщерята на лорд Байрон която става първият програмист още през ХIХ век и продължава с впечатляващите личности Ванивър Буш Алан Тюринг Джон фон Нойман Джон Ликлайдър Дъг Енгелбърт Джон Атанасов Робърт Нойс Бил Гейтс Стив Возняк Стив Джобс Тим Бърнърс Лий Лари ПейджКак работи умът на гениитеАвторът увлекателно рисува идейния свят на тези изключителни новатори сменя умело гледната точка а дълбокият му личен интерес към темата калейдоскопично разкрива постепенното развитие на 10 те най съществени иновации на цифровата ера Книгата надниква в мислите на иноваторите разкрива защо са толкова изобретателни и показва как способността им да си сътрудничат ги прави още по успешниИновациите се раждат там където изкуството докосва наукатаВ наши. A masterful tour of the creative people behind the development of computers and the digital revolution using a frame that probes the relative contributions of teamwork vs individual genius As I continually benefitted the ever increasing capabilities of computers from the 70s onward for my former science career and I enjoyed Isaacson s biography of Ben Franklin I figured I couldn t lose Plus friends praise his skills in the history of science as revealed in his books on Einstein and Steve Jobs I wasn t disappointed given that he inevitably had to focus on highlights and distillations to cover his intended scope His story of the pioneers hackers Inventors and entrepreneurs who made the evolution possible makes for exciting reading even if you are not technically oriented That s because it s a human story mixing the personal history behind the ambition and dreams and the energy of both competitive and collaborative forces The story begins with Ada Lovelace who teamed up with Babbage in Victorian England to conceive of generalized programming routines that could control a calculating machine They never built a working machine but their theoretical concepts were seminal by the time the build up toward World War 2 was driving scientists ever closer to a working computer to make calculations important for waging war Turing s innovations on code breaking machines mathematical advances by John von Neumann and adaptation of punch card programming from the textile industry for calculation routines of room sized electromechanical computers represented big breakthroughs From there it was short jump to an all electronic system based on vacuum tubes and then a big leap to faster and denser logic circuits made possible by the invention of transistors Major milestones in the form of the first multipurpose memory units the first central processing component and first program stored in memory were paralleled by advances in software languages and operating systems to translate logical operations into machine code The invention of integrated circuits made possible an exponential leap in computing power and opened the door to smaller personal computers which in turn fed into the development of spreadsheets and graphical design programs for business and games for fun and soon thereafter networking and the Internet It s all uite a dizzying progression one that changed the world And Isaacson brings to life albeit in a compressed presentation the many individuals and teams who made it happen There is no great insight in his use of a lens of collaborative vs individual contributions but it was surprising the way the combinations of skillsets played out in various accomplishments Sometime it s a mathematician and an engineer that make a successful team other times it s the addition of a people manager or business promoter that makes the difference The synergy between Gordon Moore and Andy Groves at Intel Bill Gates and Paul Allen at Microscoft and Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak at Apple are just some of the obvious examples Isaacson also explores the differences and similarities of the environment of various settings of great advances including Bell Labs where the transistor was invented IBM where mainframes and business programming were developed which denied sufficient glory to women programmers like Grace Hopper Penn State where the first general purpose electromechanical computer was creates Xerox PARC where the first graphical user interface was designed and Apple Computer which married hippie chic and Silicon Valley cultures Another theme Isaacson pursues is the whole concept of artificial intelligence and thinking machines vs Lovelace s prediction that computers will forever serve to amplify human creative capabilities The potential for computers to empower the individual drove many to pursue software development without the profit motive The story of Steward Brand harnessing the Whole Earth Catalog and hippie culture to advance this cause was fascinating The birth of shareware through the work of Stallman and Linux and the free contribution of the first web browser by Andreessen are great hallmarks of that tradition worth my learning about The story of the birth and success of Wikipedia was something I knew nothing about and fun to learn about All in all I found this a solid achievement in laying out such a vast river of innovation in a coherent and stimulating progression It s so easy to forget where all these wonders came from that it s worth putting some names and personal stories to the history Persuasion The Litigator's Art lose Plus friends praise his skills in the history of science as revealed in his books on Einstein and Steve Jobs I wasn t disappointed given that he inevitably had to focus on highlights and distillations to cover his intended scope His story of the pioneers hackers Inventors and entrepreneurs who made the evolution possible makes for exciting reading even if you are not technically oriented That s because it s a human story mixing the personal history behind the ambition and dreams and the energy of both competitive and collaborative forces The story begins with Ada Lovelace who teamed up with Babbage in Victorian England to conceive of generalized programming routines that could control a calculating machine They never built a working machine but their theoretical concepts were seminal by the time the build up toward World War 2 was driving scientists ever closer to a working computer to make calculations important for waging war Turing s innovations on code breaking machines mathematical advances by John von Neumann and adaptation of punch card programming from the textile industry for calculation routines of room sized electromechanical computers represented big breakthroughs From there it was short jump to an all electronic system based on vacuum tubes and then a big L'aventure ambiguë leap to faster and denser The Mangle of Practice Time Agency and Science logic circuits made possible by the invention of transistors Major milestones in the form of the first multipurpose memory units the first central processing component and first program stored in memory were paralleled by advances in software Love and Friendship languages and operating systems to translate the History of Modern Japan logical operations into machine code The invention of integrated circuits made possible an exponential Laltipiano delle meraviglie leap in computing power and opened the door to smaller personal computers which in turn fed into the development of spreadsheets and graphical design programs for business and games for fun and soon thereafter networking and the Internet It s all uite a dizzying progression one that changed the world And Isaacson brings to Alan Ford Tutto per uno uno per tutti life albeit in a compressed presentation the many individuals and teams who made it happen There is no great insight in his use of a Red Poppies A Novel of Tibet lens of collaborative vs individual contributions but it was surprising the way the combinations of skillsets played out in various accomplishments Sometime it s a mathematician and an engineer that make a successful team other times it s the addition of a people manager or business promoter that makes the difference The synergy between Gordon Moore and Andy Groves at Intel Bill Gates and Paul Allen at Microscoft and Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak at Apple are just some of the obvious examples Isaacson also explores the differences and similarities of the environment of various settings of great advances including Bell Labs where the transistor was invented IBM where mainframes and business programming were developed which denied sufficient glory to women programmers Madame Bovary like Grace Hopper Penn State where the first general purpose electromechanical computer was creates Xerox PARC where the first graphical user interface was designed and Apple Computer which married hippie chic and Silicon Valley cultures Another theme Isaacson pursues is the whole concept of artificial intelligence and thinking machines vs Lovelace s prediction that computers will forever serve to amplify human creative capabilities The potential for computers to empower the individual drove many to pursue software development without the profit motive The story of Steward Brand harnessing the Whole Earth Catalog and hippie culture to advance this cause was fascinating The birth of shareware through the work of Stallman and Linux and the free contribution of the first web browser by Andreessen are great hallmarks of that tradition worth my Boom Chicka Boom learning about The story of the birth and success of Wikipedia was something I knew nothing about and fun to Un Perrito Problematico learn about All in all I found this a solid achievement in 7 Intimate Secrets laying out such a vast river of innovation in a coherent and stimulating progression It s so easy to forget where all these wonders came from that it s worth putting some names and personal stories to the history

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CHARACTERS ï The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution SUMMARY á 3SW.CO ✓ Walter Isaacson READ & DOWNLOAD The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution дни иновациите креативността и съвместната работа са ключът към успеха във всяко начинание а „Иноваторите” показва какъв път е извървян за да се стигне до тази истина Потопил се за няколко години в житейските истории на тези гениални изобретатели Айзъксън майсторски разкрива как в екип където приоритет са познанията творческият размах и споделянето на идеи се раждат великите откриватели и артистите на бъдещето Уолтър Айзъксън е автор на биографиите на Стив Джобс Айнщайн Кисинджър и Бенджамин Франклин а в съавторство с Еван Томас е написал „Мъдрите хора Шестима приятели и създаденият от тях свят” Има дългогодишен опит като председател на CNN и отговорен редактор на списание Time а понастоящем е изпълнителен директор на „Аспен”Живее със съпругата си във Вашингтон. In his latest book Isaacson offers the reader an insightful look into the world of technology and the numerous people whose insights and innovative ideas have changed the world in which we live While not the biography of any one person Isaacson personifies technology and offers stories related to its branches from the early speculative ideas of Ada Loveless around a mechanical calculating device through to the dawn of Wikipedia and mass user self editing Isaacson travels through time specifically since the pre WWII era to the present to offer tales of innovative ideas that built on one another Things the reader would take for granted become major events and received excellent backstories One thing Isaacson does throughout his tome is to dispel the myths that urban legends have spun into faux realities including Al Gore inventing the internet He further lays the premise that the entire book should be taken as a set of technological building blocks one device or idea connecting to the next such that there are not true inventors but strict innovators who seek to add a niche to a larger conversation that takes place in an evolutionary reality Those who seek to claim inventor status are uashed in Isaacson s narrative and by the scores of men and women who have added to the technological uilt Any reader with a curiosity surrounding technology should invest time in this book though be somewhat leery of some technical jargon that can weigh down the narrative for the laypersonAs Isaacson presents in his introduction some of these ideas came during his research on the Steve Jobs biography the first of his that I devoured Isaacson s desire to downplay any one person wearing the crown of inventor he passes out the praise to all those who played a role in their own way and does so in an effective manner The narrative flows nicely even if it is weighed down with jargon in spots This jargon is highly useful however as it depicts the degree to which many of the actors were ensconced in their fields The reader can read or listen in awe to all that Isaacson has unearthed proving how interconnected something as routine as internet access and application usage Perhaps one of the best and most varied of the biographical pieces I ve read of his Isaacson does a stellar job in presentation content and detailKudos Mr Isaacson for this great piece I cannot wait what or who you tackle next for the reader to absorbLikehate the review An ever growing collection of others appears at

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CHARACTERS ï The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution SUMMARY á 3SW.CO ✓ Walter Isaacson READ & DOWNLOAD The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution През 2011 Уолтър Айзъксън запозна света с живота на Стив Джобс чрез биографията която се превърна в глобален феномен и стана една от най купуваните нехудожествени книги в историята на човечеството В новия си шедьовър „Иноваторите” писателят разкрива вълнуващите истории на пионерите на дигиталната революция без които не биха съществували нито Джобс нито компютрите и интернет Ако искате да научите как се раждат иновациите и как сътрудничеството е свързано с креативността „Иноваторите” ще ви завладее Какво е креативността Как визионерските идеи стават реалност„Иноваторите” е новият шедьовър от автора на биографията за Стив Джобс –Уолтър Айзъксън Книгата ни запознава с вълнуващия живот на пионерите на дигиталната революция създали компютрите и интернет Всичко. I feel bad that I joked about this book in my review of Ninth House and made it seem like a boring read all about how transistors are made It seemed funny at the time but it was entirely misleading This book was not boring at all In fact I would say some chapters were difficult to put downThe Innovators is NOT a comprehensive history of all computer and Internet related technology I feel the need to stress that now It takes a very specific route from Charles Babbage to Google by way of Turing Hopper and Berners Lee a route which is about showing the major players in America s journey to the Digital Age It is very easy to read it and think Wait What about so and so and whatshername and Ohmygod it s all about freaking America It s limited is what I m trying to say and Isaacson is pretty open about that from the beginning He knows he d need a good 10000 pages to come close to adeuately portraying this history in full so he s stuck with a few big namesWhat he sacrifices in breadth he makes up for in depth which is personally how I like my books to be This was a fascinating book about several fascinating people some of them not fascinating in a good way Though it also sent me down a number of Internet rabbit holes it has to be said I felt compelled to look something up and then would end up neck deep within mathematical theoryI find the story of how we got from a Victorian polymath to the current ever expanding technologies of today deeply fascinating I love how the author shows how it was such a collaborative effort It is actually impossible to truly pin down who invented the computer or the Internet because it all relied on so many different people s inventions and ideas I loved reading about all the different influences rural tinkerers taking machines apart America s nuclear program anti establishment hippies and Ada LovelaceSay what you will but Ada Lovelace is a fascinating person Whether you give her or less of the credit for inventing computer programming she was clearly a genius and a kinda odd individual But it s just a real good story isn t it That one of the two earliest computer visionaries and programmers was a woman called Lady Lovelace the daughter of none other than Lord Byron How delightful I definitely think sometimes the amount of time allotted to certain people had to do with whether Isaacson could getread an interview with them than to how important they actually were It is odd to me that Atanasoff who never got his machine to work was given than three times as much page time as Konrad Zuse who built the world s first programmable computer It also reads a little strange when Isaacson skims over the Manchester Baby the world s first electronic stored program computerBut I m nitpicking I really enjoyed reading The Innovators and learning about all these incredible people I was especially glad that Isaacson gave the female programmers the attention they deserved Many people don t know this but almost all of the first computer programmers were women because men didn t realise the importance of software and despite working hard on machines like the ENIAC they were still excluded from men only celebratory events Glad to see them given names and voices in this bookI liked this so much I think I ll read Leonardo da Vinci soon Blog Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Art of Deception Kate Hanson #2 like a boring read all about how transistors are made It seemed funny at the time but it was entirely misleading This book was not boring at all In fact I would say some chapters were difficult to put downThe Innovators is NOT a comprehensive history of all computer and Internet related technology I feel the need to stress that now It takes a very specific route from Charles Babbage to Google by way of Turing Hopper and Berners Lee a route which is about showing the major players in America s journey to the Digital Age It is very easy to read it and think Wait What about so and so and whatshername and Ohmygod it s all about freaking America It s Flight of the Clockwork Angels limited is what I m trying to say and Isaacson is pretty open about that from the beginning He knows he d need a good 10000 pages to come close to adeuately portraying this history in full so he s stuck with a few big namesWhat he sacrifices in breadth he makes up for in depth which is personally how I Take like my books to be This was a fascinating book about several fascinating people some of them not fascinating in a good way Though it also sent me down a number of Internet rabbit holes it has to be said I felt compelled to La figlia del podestà look something up and then would end up neck deep within mathematical theoryI find the story of how we got from a Victorian polymath to the current ever expanding technologies of today deeply fascinating I Persuasion The Litigator's Art love how the author shows how it was such a collaborative effort It is actually impossible to truly pin down who invented the computer or the Internet because it all relied on so many different people s inventions and ideas I L'aventure ambiguë loved reading about all the different influences rural tinkerers taking machines apart America s nuclear program anti establishment hippies and Ada LovelaceSay what you will but Ada Lovelace is a fascinating person Whether you give her or The Mangle of Practice Time Agency and Science less of the credit for inventing computer programming she was clearly a genius and a kinda odd individual But it s just a real good story isn t it That one of the two earliest computer visionaries and programmers was a woman called Lady Lovelace the daughter of none other than Lord Byron How delightful I definitely think sometimes the amount of time allotted to certain people had to do with whether Isaacson could getread an interview with them than to how important they actually were It is odd to me that Atanasoff who never got his machine to work was given than three times as much page time as Konrad Zuse who built the world s first programmable computer It also reads a Love and Friendship little strange when Isaacson skims over the Manchester Baby the world s first electronic stored program computerBut I m nitpicking I really enjoyed reading The Innovators and the History of Modern Japan learning about all these incredible people I was especially glad that Isaacson gave the female programmers the attention they deserved Many people don t know this but almost all of the first computer programmers were women because men didn t realise the importance of software and despite working hard on machines Laltipiano delle meraviglie like the ENIAC they were still excluded from men only celebratory events Glad to see them given names and voices in this bookI Alan Ford Tutto per uno uno per tutti liked this so much I think I Red Poppies A Novel of Tibet ll read Leonardo da Vinci soon Blog Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube