Sandy Maguire

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Thinking with Types. Type-L...

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Maybe it's the format of Very Short Introductions, but I found myself not trusting the author in the least. It ruined the book for me. Walters presents the book in an academic, disinterested tone, but spends the entirety of it making value judgments. ...more
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Neat book and a short read. It's a pretty interesting idea, and at least in 1994, was a rather tractable problem. I'm curious how the rise of digital records would get in the way of attempting to obtain a fake identity. You can get through the book i ...more
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