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The Robots of Dawn

The third entry in a series usually tends to not live up to the standards of the first two, like The Matrix or Sam Raimi’s… 848 more words


Reinventing the Underground 4 - 7

4. Spectacular political gymnastics – in which all of us are involved, left, right and centre – is a mere sign of anal expulsive personality that bourgeois liberalism and consumerist economy perpetuate – it is our instrumentalisation. 218 more words


The Naked Sun

After reading The Caves of Steel, I wasted no time before moving on to the next book in Asimov’s Robot Series: The Naked Sun… 872 more words


Robots and Empire

by Isaac Asimov

A Review

Gladia’s life until now has not been without excitement: two husbands, two lovers, two children and two murders, solved against the odds by Earthman Elijah Baley. 775 more words

Book Review

The Caves of Steel

In the midst of reading books such as Principles by Ray Dalio and When by Daniels Pink (incoming blog posts soon), I wanted to contrast the New York Times bestsellers about “how to be successful” with something more classic and less serious. 799 more words


On Collecting Sci-Fi

The first time I visited my wife’s home, we had been dating for about a week, maybe two, and we were going on another date that night. 354 more words

some books i read on the other side of the world

It’s been months since I posted last. Recently I started a new job. I haven’t written much (or read much) in a long time because I’m always exhausted at the moment. 1,238 more words