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Infomaniacs [Hardcover]

Matthew Thurber

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9 Jan 2014
A hilarious detective story that manages to critique and explore digital culture, Infomaniacs is marked by the author's restless questioning and heightened sense of the absurd. With the iconic Amy Shit as his Philip Marlow, Thurber looks in on ""The Scriveners of Tweet Street"", Albert Radar, aJoseph Beuys-lookalike psychiatrist, a perfectly preserved brain that has never seen the internet, an organic server farm, the Anthropamorphic Task Force, and so much more. But all of this is in service to a tightly plotted thriller.

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4.0 out of 5 stars I liked 1800-Mice more 7 Aug 2014
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I liked 1800-Mice more, simply because there is nothing like it. Yet, Infomaniacs slowly draws you in, rather than being inundated with wackiness. Its a bit more realized, and less improvised which was what made 1800-Mice so good. Its certainly worth the read, and not short of creativity. If the third book draws from the strengths from the two, it may spark a paradigm shift in human consciousness. Great Job!
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