An extraordinary Sunday.

Sundays are usually pretty peaceful, good music, a few customers walking in and spending money, and loads of reading…

An_extraordinary_Sunday

An extraordinary Sunday

 

Continue reading

Advertisements

Dear Old man writer and editor.

Being booksellers can be fun, How? By virtue of working in a bookstore we are privileged to invisible filters – people who read are usually more fun to interact and play with. Yesterday morning an elderly gentleman walked in and gave us our boney by buying a copy of the Ultimate Xmen graphic novel and pointed out to a copy of the awesome Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson and smiled and said its been a long time since he had seen this book in a store, well that certainly got us excited.

Snow Crash

Continue reading

An interview with the man who brought us Cryptonomicon

“The kinds of really smart geeks who in the 50s and 60s would have been building rockets or something have been moving to Silicon Valley and creating startups to make little apps. That’s where a lot of our brain power has been going lately. But I do think it’s turning around and we’re now seeing people like Elon Musk, who made his fortune doing information technology. But he’s now turning back to the question, What can we now do in the physical world? Can we make a high-speed hyperloop that connects Los Angeles to San Francisco? Can we go to Mars?”

Read the full interview! ❤

http://electricliterature.com/the-people-who-survive-an-interview-with-neal-stephenson-author-of-seveneves/