23 edition of The diamond age found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Diamond age, Young lady"s illustrated primer|
|Series||A Bantam spectra book|
|LC Classifications||PS3569.T3868 D53 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||455|
|LC Control Number||94030486|
The Diamond Age is centered on one artifact: the Illustrated Primer. The Primer is a typical storybook aimed at children, but extended through interactive technology. It was written and engineered by John Percival Hackworth and commissioned by . The Diamond Age On the surface, TheDiamondAge by NealStephenson may seem like yet another sci-fi story about nanotechnology, but if you dig deeper, you'll find that one of the main themes of this book is Education and its role in the development of a child into an adult.
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The Diamond Age: Or, A Young Lady's Illustrated Primer is a postcyberpunk novel by Neal Stephenson. It is to some extent a science fiction coming-of-age story, focused on a young girl named Nell, and set in a future world in which nanotechnology affects all aspects of life/5.
The Diamond Age is set in a vividly-conceived nanotechnological future in which nation states have ceased to exist. The Young Lady's Illustrated Primer of the sub-title is a nanotechnological marvel, an interactive book, initially the only one in existence, which falls into the hands of Nell, a young girl trapped in the underclass with her street rat brother and feckless, drunken mother/5().
The Diamond Age: Or, a Young Lady's Illustrated Primer and millions of other books are available for instant access/5(). Yes: the Diamond Age, the age of nanotechnology, where windows made from perfect, crystalline carbon are cheaper than those of glass.
That's what this book is about: the tech and the social implications by: THE DIAMOND AGE. The idea came to me when I saw a a mobile designed to hang above a crib, with cards that could be swapped out for more complex designs as the baby's visual system developed.
I thought, why not create an educational book that would tell the same stories with increasing complexity as the child grew up. The genesis of this book. In many ways, The Diamond Age is a much more accessible book than Snow Crash. While the speculative aspects are no less astounding and inventive, they require less technical exposition and seem to have a more solid grounding in the real world (as opposed to the virtual reality of the Metaverse).
The Diamond Age is a science fiction novel by Neal Stephenson. Set in an unspecified future, the world of The Diamond Age is dominated by nanotechnology, where anything can be created out of a supply of matter known as the Feed, which is centrally controlled.
Free download or read online The Diamond Age: Or, A Young Ladys Illustrated Primer pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published in Februaryand was written by Neal Stephenson.
The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format. The main characters of this science fiction, /5. The Diamond Age is a science-fiction novel that anticipates the development of nanotechnology and reflects on its social consequences.
"The Diamond Age" envisions the next century as brilliantly as Snow Crash", raved Newsweek upon the arrival of this stunning novel.
Set in 21st century Shanghai, it is the story of what happens when a state-of-the-art interactive device falls into 4/5(4).
Neal Stephenson has published four novels: The Big U, Zodiac, Snow Crash and The Diamond Age. For the last of these he won a Hugo Award. He also writes (with J. /5(99). Vividly imagined, stunningly prophetic, and epic in scope, The Diamond Age is a major novel from one of the most visionary writers of our time Decades into our future, a stone’s throw from the ancient city of Shanghai, a brilliant nanotechnologist named John Percival Hackworth has just broken the rigorous moral code of his tribe, the powerful neo-Victorians.
First published inThe Diamond Age was Neal Stephenson’s follow-up to Snow Crash, his unforgettable account of a world transformed by Virtual Reality and its attendant of both the Hugo and Locus Awards for Best Novel, The Diamond Age once again examines the relationship between technological development and social change.
Like. Based on the book by author Neal Stephenson. The Diamond Age, or, A young lady's illustrated primer (Paperback) Published September 7th by Viking Uncorrected Proof, Paperback, pages. Been a while but: * What is the takeaway from Nell's and the Constable's conversation about intelligence and the ability to handle/appreciate contradiction.
I think it's the same kind of thing as Hackworth/Finkle-McGraw on hypocrisy. It's to do wi. The Diamond Age is a speculative fiction novel by the award winning author Neal Stephenson. Where the core technologies of matter compilers and nanotechnology of this book is quite interesting and where Stephensons portrayal of a future based on nanotechnology is one of the best, that I've ever read, the really interesting thing about The Diamond Age is the way Pages: The Diamond Age by Neal Stephenson in DJVU, EPUB, RTF download e-book.
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Title: The diamond age. III. Title: Young lady’s illustrated primer. PSTD53 81 3’—dc2O CIP Published simultaneously in the United States and Canada Bantam Books are published by Bantam Books, a division of Bantam Doubleday Dell PublishingFile Size: 1MB.
The Diamond Age Neal Stephenson, Author Spectra Books $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS. Reamde; Anathem; The Mongoliad, Book. A hauntingly beautiful book, The Diamond Age exhibits a respectable understanding of Chinese culture, demonstrates in a most original fashion the indispensablity of an ever-present mother in raising a psychologically healthy child (as well as the crucial importance of psychologically healthy children to the future of mankind), and provides Cited by: ― Neal Stephenson, The Diamond Age: Or, A Young Lady's Illustrated Primer “They wanted to carry her, but she jumped to the stones of the plaza and strode away from the building, toward her ranks, which parted to make way for by: