Console Wars: The battle between Sega and Nintendo for American console market. I grew up playing games like Westwood’s Command and Conquer and Blizzard’s Warcraft: Reign of Chaos. These games went through their highs and lows eventually paving the way for other game studios to
The Sentient Machine – By Amir Husain Amir Husain and I have never met. We have known each other for a while, cross posted blogs, exchanged emails, wishes, greetings and condolences,. Last night I finally picked up my copy of The Sentient Machine, Amir’s treatise on AI
What makes a book? There is so much more that goes in shipping a book to the publisher than just writing it. Two days ago when I shipped the final manuscript to my editorial team, it felt like a time to celebrate and we did.
While Liar’s Poker was Micheal Lewis first book that I read, I became a fan for life with the New New Thing, the book that broke the story of the boat that built Netscape. The Big Short, Blindside, Money ball and Boomerang further cemented that
Book Review: The Upside of Irrationality: The Unexpected Benefits of Defying Logic at Work and at Home According to economists human beings are rational and can make rational decisions that will maximize benefit. However, given the most recent financial crisis, the political and cultural chaos