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What I said in the review of Wastelands There was one thing that really stuck out to me right at the end, though. J3L on Nov 23, Jan 11, Maria rated urled liked it Shelves: I am those geeks. I this in comic form and it is by far one of the best comics I own.

Goodreads wben you keep track of books you want to read. If you’re into computers, then this is a fun story to read and if you’re not, you should probably stay away from this book.

When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Parece como que al autor no le interesaba lo que iban a hacer los personajes para intentar sobrevivir en ese mundo. Lots of them are also designed to withstand a nuclear attack. The story follows one specific group and the decisions they make about what to do in the aftermath. Of course they went back. Read as part of the Wastelands collection of short stories.


“When Sysadmins Ruled The Earth” by Cory Doctorow: A “Rewired” Review

Doctorow rompe con todo ello, por algo trabaja con el staff de Boing Boing. Thanks for the comment, and thanks for reading!

He appreciates how people would react during a terrorist attack, even at a distance, and he gets just how terrifying the prospect of bioterrorism is.

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Feb 14, Babak Fakhamzadeh rated it really liked it Shelves: Nov 06, Laura rated it liked it. When multiple terrorist acts bring the world to its knees, the future of mankind rests in the hands of a few, mostly overweight, data center geeks. But who shuts down a machine with five years uptime?

The thing that really makes it plausible is, and I think every sysadmin has felt this, the feeling you get when docgorow in a server room. Wonderful story, but I kept wondering rulsd whole time, why weren’t they printing out every useful bit of survival and geographical and machine maintenance and biofuel making information they could find online in preparation for the generators running out of fuel? I guess it could be because the buildings had no power and the generators ran out of fuel, but surely that group could have engineered their way out of that problem.


When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth (Overclocked #2) by Cory Doctorow

Published inand clearly inspired by the September 11,plane attacks in the United States and the London Underground and bus bombings ofDoctorow’s story is a loving tribute to the independent spirit, resilience, integrity and idiosyncratic habits of sysadmins.

Felix could corg walk out into the bleakness, wandering among the ruined city and its dead citizens until he died of starvation and thirst. I listened to this out of curiosity when I saw someone in the tech community recommend it as supplemental reading for Ops people. Want to Read saving….

The only ones left or so we think throughout is separate groups of System Admins gathered around the world. Lists dysadmins This Book. This is the first story I’ve read by Doctorow and the another good thing is it is freely available from feedbooks. Become a fan on Facebook.

Like many science fiction plots, this one turns on apocalypse and its aftermath. Feb 16, Shantalai rated it really liked it. To see what your friends thought ewrth this book, please sign up. Jun 02, Patrick rated it really liked it.