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  • Peter Baker - Walter keeps expanding and growing

    Over the last couple of weeks I've read three of Walter's books- Citizen Vince, The Financial Lives of the Poets, and Beautiful Ruins. I enjoyed all three. They were all very different. Citizen Vince is somewhat introspective but also a bit of a crime/gangster first person look at crime, punishment, revenge, and redemption... TFLotP is a Tropper/Hornby-type tale of the everyman experiencing the defining turning point of his middle age... Beautiful Ruins is a different sort of book. Epic in scope, with scenes covering 70 years (WWII - present), with real life celebrities (Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor, etc) mingling with fictional characters, the book feels good to read and explores ethical and moral issues like love, loss, right, wrong, selflessness (good) versus narcissism (bad), and other human topics.

    I very much enjoyed this book. I'll read it again and give it to friends. Jess Walter's writing is evolving and with Beautiful Ruins he has reached a high-point (I hope it wont be his zenith!). Great book!

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    For quite a while now, I'd been wondering why the women characters in my novels seemed much flatter and less engaging than my male ones. I chalked this problem up to my batting for the other team, but then I discovered Bic Cristal for Her Pens! Saw them in the drug store and had a sympathetic woman buy them for me (paid her an extra five to hand them to me outside). Well, I went right home and rewrote a passage of my latest novel that had a woman in it, and the character seemed to pop right off the page. Now I plan to go back on my own and boldly buy another set, just in case another woman wades into my prose. Congratulations BIC! Are there any plans to make BIC Rainbows for uh... US? I could use the help here, too.

  • StevenHodson - Age of Context Outlines A Future That Is Closer Than Some Might Think

    I have known Robert Scoble (via the web) for a number of years and we have had many conversations where I don't always agree with him and have taken him to task over some of his more enthusiastic reactions to technology but in the case of Age of Context I think that both he and Shel Israel are definitely on target.

    The great thing about technology is that it is continually changing our world, sometimes in a good way and sometimes not so good, but I believe that two upcoming technologies will bring about the greatest social changes we have ever seen. The first is 3D printing and the second is this Age of Context that Robert and Shel talk about in the book. While I am more bullish on 3D printing I have also recognized that context is becoming an ever increasing area of technology that will affect every part of our lives.

    But it is difficult to try to explain to people just what this new age is and what its potential is societally and this is where Robert and Shel's book provides a valuable service. Being an extremely easy book to read it is the type of book that you could give to your mother, aunt, crazy uncle, or yourself and gain an understanding of what this Age of Context is and how it is going to change our world.

    It does this in easy to understand terminology and concepts that allow you to easily grasp what this technology is and what we can expect in the near future as 'context' gains momentum. The one thing that I really appreciated was that neither of them disregarded the 'freaky line' or privacy issues that are also an integral part of this new age.

    If you are curious in the least about this new Age of Context I can't recommend a better book to pick up and read and not feel lost in a jungle of tech terminology. I don't think yo will regret the purchase at all.

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