Fan Yang Yang itibaren Prokopenki, Samarskaya oblast', Rusya, 446351
Bence bu kitap, kadınların orospu olarak adlandırılmadan, işleri ve istediklerini yapmada etkili olmalarını sağlıyor. Belki zaman zaman bu terim ortaya çıkar, ama insanların dünyaya adım atmak için tüm insanlara adım atabilecekleri çifte standart ve sadece hırslılar, ancak bir kadın aynı şeyleri yaparsa, bir "top-buster "ya da orospu. Bu tür durumlar hakkında bu kitapta iyi tavsiye ederim.
Muhtemelen şimdiye kadar en sevdiğim Bones kitabı.
As of late, “Emergence” seems to be the hottest buzz word tossed around the crit spaces and seminar rooms of my chosen discipline. Thus it was important that I finally read something about just what the hell the term means. As usual, the unflagging Johnson never fails to enthrall. Who can deny the power of such observations as, “in the case of the Middle Ages, we can safely say that the early village residents shat themselves into full-fledged towns.”? He occasionally descends into the hackneyed territory of predictive cyber-nerd-speak, but he quickly segues into something else in his quest to uncover a consilience among ants, brains, Jane Jacobs, and the World Wide Web (apparently not invented by Albert Gore, but one Tim Berners-Lee. Coincidentally I voted for Tim in 2000). Alas, this book seems to shore up my preconceived opinion that “emergence” will have little more than a tenuous relationship with some student’s “architecture” project for a Museum of Humanism in a previously Iron Curtainized locale. It’ll merely be used as one of those dialogic Red Herrings that make me look like the ass when I point out that the project lacks stairs… and walls. I suppose those things will emerge later on.
I can't help but love the characters in the Peter Decker series. This is another great story.
Interesting story abt a Russian woman blown up in Jerusalem & the story of the company she worked for. The body laid unclaimed in the morgue, paper runs an article abt the employer abt how they couldn't know their employee was missing and the HR manager who has to research this woman and who she was. Somewhat stilted translation from Hebrew.