Cryptonomicon

Cryptonomicon by Neil Stevenson

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WWII, year 1943. The allies have already cracked all the Nazi codes. They know where the military convoys are going and where enemy submarines are hiding. But if British destroyers will start finding and sinking Nazi submarines every time without any problems, Germans will figure out that their codes have been broken and will change them. That`s why it`s necessary to fool the enemy. For that reason, the special British-American secret unit 2702 was created...

"The Bible" of cyberpunk (or cypherpunk? :) about the creation of the computer world. There is everything in it: love, war, betrayal, treasures on the bottom of the sea, and even exile from Eden...

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Neil Stevenson

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Neal Stephenson (sometimes "Stephenson", English Neal Stephenson ) - (October 31, 1959) American science fiction writer. Born into the family of a professor of electrical engineering at the University of Iowa and a laboratory biochemist technician. He made his debut as a novelist in 1984 with the text Big U. Author of the novel "Avalanche" (Snow Crash, 1991), which summarized the main achievements and artistic discoveries of cyberpunk. The sharp plot is based on the idea of ​​the Snow Crash virus, which can have a detrimental effect on people, both in digital reality and in biological forms. Stevenson`s merit lies in the exhaustive description of a new kind of commercial matrix in the form of the MetaUniverse as the pinnacle of technological progress. Winner of the Hugo Prize (1996). Sometimes Stevenson`s work is referred to as post-cyberpunk. He co-wrote two novels. These are "Interface" (Interface, 1994) and "Web" (Cobweb, 1996). In Stevenson`s novel Cryptonomicon (1999), systemic reminiscences are clearly observed, repeatedly referring the reader to the novel Rainbow of Gravity (1973) by the American prose writer T.

Pynchon. Stevenson`s science fiction story "Crunch" in a realistic, everyday manner, but in the recognizable style of F.

Kafka`s short stories, describes the methods of influencing a person with commercial advertising and the consequences of aggressive marketing of food and consumer goods. Novels * The Big U (1984) * Zodiac: the Eco-thriller (1988) * Avalanche (Snow Crash, 1992) * Interface (cover by Stephen Bury, co-authored with J.

Frederick George, Interface, 1994) * The Diamond Age: or A Young Lady`s Illustrated Primer, 1995 * Cobweb (cover by Stephen Bury, co-authored with J.

Frederick George, Cobweb, 1996) * Cryptonomicon , 1999) Baroque cycle: * Mercury (Quicksilver, 2003 - volume 1) * Mixing (Confusion, 2004 - volume 2) * System of the World (2004 - volume 3) * Anathem (Anathem, 2008) * The Mongoliad (2010–) * Reamde (2011) Quotes * "...

the first prayer was invented - the first infovirus, which, by a simple pronunciation, entered the bloodstream and ensured the complete religiosity of consciousness." (Avalanche) Official website: http://www.nealstephenson.com/ Personal page: http://corporation9592.com/ LiveJournal of the translator (E.M.Dobrokhotova-Maikova): http://kdm17.livejournal.com/

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Neal Stephenson (sometimes "Stephenson", English Neal Stephenson ) - (October 31, 1959) American science fiction writer. Born into the family of a professor of electrical engineering at the University of Iowa and a laboratory biochemist technician. He made his debut as a novelist in 1984 with the text Big U. Author of the novel "Avalanche" (Snow Crash, 1991), which summarized the main achievements and artistic discoveries of cyberpunk. The sharp plot is based on the idea of ​​the Snow Crash virus, which can have a detrimental effect on people, both in digital reality and in biological forms. Stevenson`s merit lies in the exhaustive description of a new kind of commercial matrix in the form of the MetaUniverse as the pinnacle of technological progress. Winner of the Hugo Prize (1996). Sometimes Stevenson`s work is referred to as post-cyberpunk. He co-wrote two novels. These are "Interface" (Interface, 1994) and "Web" (Cobweb, 1996). In Stevenson`s novel Cryptonomicon (1999), systemic reminiscences are clearly observed, repeatedly referring the reader to the novel Rainbow of Gravity (1973) by the American prose writer T. Pynchon. Stevenson`s science fiction story "Crunch" in a realistic, everyday manner, but in the recognizable style of F. Kafka`s short stories, describes the methods of influencing a person with commercial advertising and the consequences of aggressive marketing of food and consumer goods. Novels * The Big U (1984) * Zodiac: the Eco-thriller (1988) * Avalanche (Snow Crash, 1992) * Interface (cover by Stephen Bury, co-authored with J. Frederick George, Interface, 1994) * The Diamond Age: or A Young Lady`s Illustrated Primer, 1995 * Cobweb (cover by Stephen Bury, co-authored with J. Frederick George, Cobweb, 1996) * Cryptonomicon , 1999) Baroque cycle: * Mercury (Quicksilver, 2003 - volume 1) * Mixing (Confusion, 2004 - volume 2) * System of the World (2004 - volume 3) * Anathem (Anathem, 2008) * The Mongoliad (2010–) * Reamde (2011) Quotes * "... the first prayer was invented - the first infovirus, which, by a simple pronunciation, entered the bloodstream and ensured the complete religiosity of consciousness." (Avalanche) Official website: http://www.nealstephenson.com/ Personal page: http://corporation9592.com/ LiveJournal of the translator (E.M.Dobrokhotova-Maikova): http://kdm17.livejournal.com/