Finished this before work today - a book on Power Electronics.
Most of the contributions were from those in the scene, performers and some theorists/writers.
Much of it was repugnant but some were really good and the one by Brut (Sonia Dietrich) was worth the purchase of the book alone. That fact that the editors put her contribution second to last practically illustrated the point that she was making.
Anyway, as the only book on PE (that I know of) I guess I’d recommend it but except for a handful of the contributions I can’t say it was an enjoyable read (though it was educational for someone more knowledgeable about Noise than PE).
I was reading Blueprint from Robert Plomin. It is quite interesting, has some progressive points for the science, but I think he is too much in love with his statistics. It would have done the book better if he didn’t write so much about the figures, but more about the philosophy. Now, we decided in the book club from university to read Yuval Harari - Sapiens.
Hey friends! Over at Humble Bundle there’s an audiobook bundle that includes… all (or most? There are 6) of the Murderbot audiobooks + others for $20 (minimum). I loved the books and wanted to share in case anyone is interested. Past experience with Humble Bundle audiobooks is these are (should be) audio files you can load into Apple Music (or whatever music library software you use), so you don’t need a specific platform to listen!