A personal account of Alan Turing's life and impact.
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August 24, 2012 02:19
Very Biutiful love story. Reminds somewhat of "Uxbal, a man living in this world, but able to see his death, which guides his every move."
November 11, 2012 12:17
You could try to argue that he was, I suppose. Most of the disinsscous of Modernism I've read tend to present early thinkers and a later group working through the implications of their work. By analogy, as Darwin, Freud, or Marx were to modernist culture of the 1920s-40s, so Turing was to postmodernity and the information revolution of the 1960s-80s You might argue that the Turing machine is conceptually closest to the high modernist music, esp. .