Malady: Presumptiveness

Desire: Understanding

Category: Non-fiction, Politics & Social Sciences, Philosophy, Business & Money, Economics, Computers and Technology

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Why Information Grows: The Evolution of Order, from Atoms to Economies by César Hidalgo

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      This book will completely change your attitude and understanding of information in the deepest sense.  Hidalgo points out that earth is teeming with information.  The density and scope of earth’s information make it a very special place in an otherwise barren universe.  You will get radical ideas that jackknife your mind and help you think more!

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