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The Man Who Invented Information Theory | Boston Review
The Man Who Invented Information Theory from Boston Review. Of the pioneers who drove the information technology revolution, Claude Shannon may have been the most brilliant. A new book resurrects his legacy.
information  theory  book  toread  shannon  early  history  computer  messaging  telecommunications  mit 
8 weeks ago by xer0x
Esoteric Codes
esoteric programming, disruptive codes, differential thought platforms, the digital ephemeral, null programs and deletions, unstable linguistics, new relationships between programmers and their primary progeny (bugs), useless machines (Shannon/Minksy), synthetic languages, circuitous systems, constraint sets for coders, paraconsistent calculi, and other platforms, systems, and languages that break from the norms of computing
programming  esoteric  shannon  minsky  linguistics 
12 weeks ago by ramicof

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