suicide mention, spoilers, what a wonderful world, niijigahara holograph, sea of fertility
Finished with Asano's What a Wonderful World!, onward to Niijigahara Holograph
I really need to remember to reference this chart next time I read it. Each vignette contains different characters and almost all are connected. A few recurr (like Horito shows up in four), but often the torch is passed from protagonist to a background character. Since the timeline is also jumbled it can get bit confusing as to who-is-who.
Well look what I picked up at the post office today. Cryptonomicon isn't that much thicker than Snow Crash, maybe a half inch at most.
zombies, train to busan
I mean don't tell me Korea doesn't have a few of these laying around.
Anyways, here's my super sexy $50 K-mart special ergonomic solution:
@TechnicolorRainbow It's here!
Didn't realize it was a no-starch press book. Could've gotten a discount.
Flipping through the chapters and feeling excited about digging in. Lots of C and some Assembly in there. Always helps to make me feel less like an imposter to have an excuse to whip out C... particularly since I've never really needed to do anything that low level for work.
Looks like it's divided into eight sections:
0x200 Programing (looks like general overview, a bit of C)
0x300 Exploitation (some of the wonderful common exploits that C allows)
0x400 Networking (always great to get refreshed on this)
0x700 Cryptography (an area that I'm only vaguely familiar)
The rare woolly mountain hacker
Reluctant software engineer
One eye always on the road
With dreams of escape
to the dirt bag again
A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.