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Some Remarks by Neal Stephenson
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Aug 15, 2012

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If you are already a NS fan, you will probably like about half of this book. He's at his best when he's reflecting further on some themes that have come up in his novels - like working while walking on treadmills, the metaphysics of Leibniz, the technologically-induced ADD of society, and so on. The earlier pieces are included only for the creepy NS stalkers who are hoarding everything he's written. I don't think he really had enough built-up material to justify this collection, but, as I said, there are some interesting pieces. Borrow it if you can.

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