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

review The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution 103 Walter Isaacson ☆ 3 characters 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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review The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution 103 Walter Isaacson ☆ 3 characters 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. I loved Isaacson s Benjamin Franklin and Steve Jobs biographies I really really wanted to love this one In a sense this book is at least a four star book because Isaacson wants to prove a point and he succeeds no one person invented the computer or the Internet that the digital revolution is one person building on and with the backs of others However it is that success that made this book not as enjoyable for me because Isaacson is profiling so many people several each chapter that their stories get lost one behind the other and the details get confusing He is never truly able to do what he excels at the slow deep biography a discussion of how each life event shaped the person as a whole Also even though I agree it was necessary I wasn t that interested in reading all the technical details of how each idea and machine was slightly different than the one before it I found myself skipping those parts Maybe someone with a strong computer programming or mathematical bent would enjoy it but that s not why I read an Isaacson book One chapter soars here the first on Ada Countess of Lovelace Isaacson allows her a chapter all to herself and it s the version of his writing I know and love I would have much rather read an entire Walter Isaacson biography of Ada Lovelace

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review The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution 103 Walter Isaacson ☆ 3 characters 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. But the main lesson to draw from the birth of computers is that innovation is usually a group effort involving collaboration between visionaries and engineers and that creativity comes from drawing on many sources Only in storybooks do inventions come like a thunderbolt or a lightbulb popping out of the head of a lone individual in a basement or garret or garage Walter Isaacson s The Innovators How a Group of Hackers Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution is an enjoyable and worthy study of an oftentimes overlooked history There were several things I appreciated about Isaacson s approach Echoing the uote above there is a consistent theme in this book about how nerdy talent was gathered to generate ideas and power innovation Hearing about the eccentricities of this nerdy talent was sometimes as interesting as the innovations themselves I also liked that Isaacson began with Ada Lovelace the daughter of Lord Byron and didn t just drop her in the first chapter but found ways to show how her contributions are still relevant Finally there was nearly a whole chapter on Pong No way anybody could come up with a better game than that 375 stars

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    characters The Innovators: How a Group of Inventors, Hackers, Geniuses and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution free read ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Walter Isaacson Walter Isaacson ☆ 3 characters 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

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