Seek!: Selected Nonfiction

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Running Press, May 28, 1999 - Philosophy - 356 pages
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The essays and memoirs collected in Seek! trace Rudy Rucker's trajectory through the final decade of the second millennium. His topics include artificial life, chaos, the big bang, Pieter Brueghel, the church of the subgenius, live sex, mathematics, science fiction, and TV evangelism. A computer scientist and programmer, Rucker is an articulate, engaging guide to the world on either side of the computer screen.
 

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Sf novelist Rucker (Freeware) is also a professor of computer science at San Jose State University, CA, and an industrial-strength programmer. In this collection of his nonfiction, Rucker ruminates on ... Read full review

Contents

Seek What?
Welcome to Silicon Valley
Cellular Automata
Four Kinds of Cyberspace
Life and Artificial Life
Hacking Code
Mr Nanotechnology
Goodbye Big Bang
The Central Teachings of Mysticism
California New Edge
Vision in Yosemite
A Transrealist Manifesto
What Is Cyberpunk?
Interview with Ivan Stang
Art in Amsterdam
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The author of 13 works of fiction and four nonfiction books, Rudy Rucker is a professor of computer science at San Jose State University. He lives in the Silicon Valley.

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