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When I searched for it on Goodreads it had a grand total of zero reviews. In the 2 weeks it took me to put it on my phone and get around to listening to it, several reviews have popped up, so it looks like the Bobiverse might be catching on somewhat.
With a titl Audiobook What a pleasant surprise this book turned out to be! I was expecting a light, comedy Sci Fi. It is mostly a very clever hard Science Fiction, with elements of a First Contact adventure and a nice seasoning of comedy.
Don't go in expecting the next "Hitchhiker's guide" and I promised you won't be disappointed. In the opening of the book our titular Bob is in Vegas for a Science convention.
Bob is a nerd who likes Science and Star Trek and owns a software company. While in Vegas, Bob is convinced by a "Sales critter" that he shouldn't pay to have his whole body cryogenically frozen.
He argues that in the future the technology will exist to grow Bob a whole new body, so Bob agrees upon his death to have his head removed and frozen.
What has he got to lose? I got my first big laugh when Bob immediately accepts his strange new reality, as opposed to every other book where our protagonist would spend pages telling themselves they are on drugs or have a brain tumour.
From the Synopsis: Bob wakes up a century later to find that corpsicles have been declared to be without rights, and he is now the property of the state.
So a story where a contemporary human is turned into an AI and has AI like abilities, while familiar is already pretty interesting to me.
The fact that Dennis E Taylor wants to tell the story of a modern human becoming a self replicating Von Neumann probe opens up the entire universe and allows the reader to experience it from a perspective we understand and can relate to - the "lovable geek".
One of the things I loved about this book was all of the research and effort Taylor took to get the Science right. The lecture Bob attends in Vegas called "Exploring the Galaxy" is frequently quoted to remind us that this concept is grounded in Science.
Eventually the entire universe will be explored by self replicating probes. Combining this idea with a relatable human personality was a brilliant premise and I can't wait to see where the series goes.
Zieja goes for a laugh a minute and ends up inducing a groan a minute. He comes up with the joke first, then contrives the plot to deliver the joke.
It doesn't try too hard. There are plenty of pop culture references and maybe a few too many Star Trek and Star Wars jokes but it never goes over the top.
Bob's behaviour is pretty believable for someone put in his position. Here is an example joke from "We are Legion" Noting someone's cowardly tendencies Bob describes them as like Bill Paxton's character in Aliens Then a page or 2 later after finding out the guy is not a complete wuss he says: I mentally upgraded him to Michael Biehn Now this made me laugh out loud but if you didn't like the joke, at least it was delivered in a way where you weren't taken out of the story and shaking your head going: I also must congratulate Taylor on delivering the first actually funny Australian joke I have read.
My minor criticisms of the book would be: It seemed like Bob should have woken up years in the future not Some more detail on how the world ended up a crazy theocracy would have been interesting, although the "Cliff Notes" version was fun.
I'm not sure that either narrator Ray Porter or Taylor knew exactly what to do with Homer view spoiler [He's kinda dumb but kinda smart?
Some sort of defective Bob might have been interesting. I think of the "Simpsons" episode where all Homer's sperm bang into each other saying "Doh".
I guess Homer is just a Bob who liked "The Simpsons" but didn't really sound like him? Not too sure hide spoiler ] and I thought some of the Chapters ended a little awkwardly.
Narrator Ray Porter did a good job, never overdoing or underselling the jokes. His "Admiral Ackbar" was a running gag and Colonel Buttersworth was fun.
He got a few laughs out of me just by going deadpan at the right times. This was a highly enjoyable audiobook. When I think of my favourite books of that have sequels coming next year, The highbrow masterpiece Too like the lightning and political thriller of the future Infomocracy are first and foremost.
While completely different I have to put Bobiverse Book 2 on my list. I must know what happens to the Deltans and the Bobs!
If you were looking for something light and fun with a surprisingly good story you could do a lot worse then spending 10 hours with Bob. Praise Bob!
I loved Bob, er, the Bob's! I can tell you right now, if I would have woken up like Bob did I would have freaked and they would have pulled the plug!!
I loved the journey through space and all that happened, well mostly! Longer review later! Dec 29, Bradley rated it it was amazing Shelves: sci-fi , space-opera , shelf.
I'm jumping on the Bobwagon here! I love the light tone throughout and the geek humor mostly relegated to names one AI clone gives to oneself when faced with a profundity of oneself.
Number 2. Of course. But the rest is just a fantastic ride of popular references and snark, right, Admiral Akbar?
Seriously, that was just one of the coolest things in the novel Oh, humanity is practically wiped out. At least he still has his mission! While this is a light book, it's full of great voice and activity and comradeship between oneself.
I'm trying to find fault with Arthur, but I just can't. This is delicious SF fun and I have to say it's totally accessible for anyone.
It may be appreciated more by geeks, however. View all 15 comments. Mar 18, Mario the lone bookwolf rated it it was amazing Shelves: taylor-dennis-e.
This is one of these novels that make people ask themselves why nobody before had this magnificent idea.
All fragments and ideas where there, they just had to be put together to such a great story. I have seen this setting in many Sci-Fi novels, but never as the driving force for a series.
It must be extremely difficult to write a novel out of such a confining perspective and still integrate so much suspension and wit into it. This way of immortality always leads me to the question of why people This is one of these novels that make people ask themselves why nobody before had this magnificent idea.
This way of immortality always leads me to the question of why people tend to believe that death has to be an integral part of society.
It is also unique because the main protagonist stumbles in a plethora of Sci-Fi settings that are usually solved by a larger group of individuals or with a strict order, not just one person with the possibility to decide nearly anything alone.
So all the settings for philosophical, ethical, political, But it is not und will not be forever, just a question of time.
To be a part of a hive mind, an entity, to be a single entity or used by evil forces, all of these options are better than to vanish forever.
Living happily ever after forever with all loved ones could be an option too, but a terrible boring topic for a book.
View 2 comments. A fun and funny but unspectacular space opera elevated by a clever narrating voice s and unique set-up. It could just be that I'm burned out on space opera right now but I just didn't enjoy this as much as I was hoping to.
I expected it to be hysterically comical, but even with the geeky pop culture allusions and the endless wit of the great and powerful bobs, I never made it past a good chortle.
Love that guy. I thought it was pretty standard fare with some cool ideas thrown in. Without the bobs it would have been a little dull and even with them it wasn't remarkable.
Ray Porter does a pretty awesome job on audio. I love the subtleties between each of the bobs, he does a great job with all of the accents. And again.
If you're interested in the book, definitely look into the audiobook. Posted in Mr. Philip's Library Nov 27, Lindsay rated it it was amazing.
If you liked the genius inventive loner engineer of The Martian and you also liked the amazing universe-building and rambling episodic nature of The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet then you're probably going to love this book.
Bob is a newly minted tech millionaire. Bob has also just signed up to be cryogenically frozen in the event of his death.
Which is a really good thing because his death is in Bob is an AI replicant based on a brain scan of frozen tech millionaire-Bob If you liked the genius inventive loner engineer of The Martian and you also liked the amazing universe-building and rambling episodic nature of The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet then you're probably going to love this book.
Bob is an AI replicant based on a brain scan of frozen tech millionaire-Bob's brain. Bob's also a pop culture junky, incredibly brilliant and other than the loss of everything and everyone he knows, pretty happy to be an AI and even more happy to find out that he's going to be the piloting AI of a self-replicating interstellar von Neumann probe.
He has to find colony worlds for humanity, deal with armed crazy rivals, deal with potential alien life and maybe save humanity itself.
This was great. The situation that the Bobs find themselves in are SF staples and the multitudes of himself allow the book to investigate all of them.
The Bobiverse is a rich universe filled with danger and wonder and quite a lot of Bob. There's no great character development, although the plot is fascinating and most of the Bobs are a lot of fun to read about.
Highly recommended and I'd give it 4. Be warned though, if the Martian was not to your taste, I doubt that this one will be either.
View all 11 comments. Aug 17, carol. I like Bob. I've been swimming with him in Master's Swim Club for four or five years. He is always on time, always ready to work, and has the enviable ability--the result of decades as an accountant--of being able to keep track of yardage and time sets.
He is a genuinely nice guy, and always up for a dark beer after practice. But you have to be careful about sitting with him when you drink tha I like Bob.
But you have to be careful about sitting with him when you drink that beer, because when he gets going on a story, and even with alcohol, it'll be enough to put you to sleep.
You can tell he means to be interesting, but the dry delivery and too many irrelevant details leave people glassy-eyed. We Are Legion is definitely a Bob story.
The narrator--Bob--is an engineer who as been cryogenically preserved and transferred into an A. Taylor has captured the voice of an analyst perfectly.
At that speed, there would be no turning around for a second pass in any reasonable time. It took a week to get out to 50 AU, but only five days of straight acceleration to get into the Alpha Centauri A system.
At a predetermined point, I ejected two scouts forward using the rail gun. One, whether or not anyone on Earth is still alive after the war that launched Bob.
The second, Bob's quest to seek out new habitable planets for humanity. Three, engagement with the other Bob-like technologies; and four, the discovery of sentient races.
Since Bob has cloned himself but allowed for small variations in personality factors, each of these viewpoints is slightly different.
Miss me? Want to place a bet? Because, well, I would have been. Did you look over the pics I sent? One, the aforementioned story-telling challenge.
The second is that since Bob is virtually eternal and omnipotent, the book feels like a slightly-amusing history teacher recounting The History of Things.
On the upside, at least one of the four plot-lines is bound to satisfy a sci-fi itch, whether it's colonization, alien races, space fights, or the mechanics of exploration.
The omnipotence took away a large measure of suspense; the only issue was whether or not a Bob would be able to 3-D print to meet a time deadline.
I'll also note that there are quite a few ansibles developed in this book the solution Ursula LeGuin created in her worlds for interstellar communications.
But since there were so many convenient but implausible 'discoveries' meant that I never really doubted a solution would appear.
My actual reading experience went like this: I'd pick up the book, read for a while, get sleepy or interrupted and put it down.
I would feel absolutely no urge to pick it up again, and actually read at least two other books during that time. When I picked it up again, I'd read steadily until interruption, and then set it down for a few days.
Ultimately, there are too many stories, too surface a view, too little suspense, coated in Friends-type one-liners when it isn't delving into the science of mining or 3-D printing as noted with the alien race, Bob is definitely not into biology and has only rudimentary ecology.
I think for me, it boiled down to character--Bob isn't nearly as funny as he thinks he is--and insufficient depth with some really complex sci-fi material the philosophy of trying to save a race?
Exterminate other A. Create an artificial body. Any single storyline would have deserved its own book. I like Bob, I really do.
He's a genuinely nice guy who is enthusiastic about his passions and works hard to be successful. But he really needs to work on his story-telling ability, or at the very least, buy his listeners more beer.
View all 22 comments. May 14, Ivan rated it it was amazing Shelves: sci-fi , satire-and-humor. I got more than I expected from this one. I honestly expected this too be more silly, maybe along the lines of Erikson's Willful child.
Don't get me wrong this is still funny book but it's more witty and smartass kind with lot of pop-culture references and there where times I was grinning like mad with few laugh out loud moments but it's all backed by some real science and story.
It's hard to tell what is meat and what are bones of this novel. Humor, pop culture references and hard sc 4.
Humor, pop culture references and hard sci-fi parts are intertwined into singular, cohesive whole. Story is also reason why this isn't getting full 5 stars or pacing to be more precise.
In second half of the book story branches into multiple paths with several PoVs all of which are Bobs and pace slows down significantly. All of the storylines are interesting but at few points they are just too slow.
It's also important to note that pretty much everything is left unresolved. It doesn't necessarily end with cliffhanger but every story arc is left wide open.
Bob and later Bobs is great character. I'm glad that trend of geeks being presented as socially unadapted idiots like in tv show The Big bang theory is dying.
Original Bob is introvert geek, but he is also pragmatic smartass and other Bobs are more than just variations. They are personalities of their own and each PoV has it's own unique flavor.
Overall great read. Fun and funny hard sci-fi, with some very smart, laugh out loud and nerdgasm moments.
View all 4 comments. Jan 20, Trish rated it it was amazing. I think I would have never found this book on my own - and my life would have been the poorer for it!
But easter eggs or satirical references are not the only thing Dennis Taylor is good at. The story is about a young millionaire who invests into cryogenetics - a project freezing your head after your death so you can be revived and given a new enhanced body by sci I think I would have never found this book on my own - and my life would have been the poorer for it!
The story is about a young millionaire who invests into cryogenetics - a project freezing your head after your death so you can be revived and given a new enhanced body by science in the future once the technology exists.
The opportunity to not only pay but actually participate in the program comes much sooner than he had thought that's what you get for crossing the street at the right place - bwahahahaha but when he wakes up things have Honestly, I have always been sceptical of those supposed deals in scifi books or movies.
I mean, why should a company not just take the money but never actually revive a person even IF technology ever gets that advanced?!
Anyway, that isn't actually the problem here. Instead, we get one crazy ride politics-wise and the morale throughout the book is that it's basically the same shit every day and in every corner of the universe.
The learning curve for Bob after he was "awoken" was a great way of gently immersing the reader into the future and make us one of the Bobs. The only "problem" I had was view spoiler [that one of the other probes why should only one nation have someone like Bob?
We also get to explore a few what-if scenarios on distant planets which I enjoyed immensely. The atmosphere of discovery and new territory was very cool like during the first Star Trek TNG episodes I saw as a teenager and although the different names for all the Bobs were quite a lot to handle in the beginning, I quickly had favourites.
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That year, the group released a video in which they used the "legion" phrase to declare their disgust with what they view as corrupt corporations, government, and banks.
The video ends with the closing statement. We are legion. We do not forgive, we do not forget. Wall Street, expect us. It seems likely that if Anonymous were involved with the NYSE hack, they would have definitively claimed responsibility by now.
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When taking responsibility for a hack, Anonymous often uses one particularly cryptic message, but what does "We are Legion" really mean?
Officials have stated repeatedly that what happened at the stock exchange was the result of an internal error , not an outside attack, and that there was no evidence the three incidents were connected or that any hacking was involved.
Naturally, that did not satisfy the more suspicious among us, especially after it was discovered that Anonymous tweeted the night before the systems' outages: "Wonder if tomorrow is going to be bad for Wall Street.
So where does the phrase "We are Legion" come from? It's actually a biblical quote with some deeply sinister implications.
In the Bible, Jesus comes upon a man possessed by a demon, and asks him "what is thy name," according to the King James version.
The verses continue, "And he answered, saying, My name is Legion: for we are many. The phrase has been interpreted to mean that the demons in the man were working as one entity, which is a fitting parallel to the group that works independently to pursue the targets of their hacks yet falls together under a common mission.
Anonymous obviously has no love for Wall Street; it helped foster the Occupy Wall Street movement back in Anonymous' actions also included personal harassment of employees and their families.
The PlayStation Network subsequently has had lengthy outages, although Anonymous claims that this is not due to any officially sanctioned action on their part, but may be due to sub-groups of Anonymous.
The websites of the government of Tunisia were targeted by Anonymous due to censorship of the WikiLeaks documents and the Tunisian Revolution.
Tunisians were reported to be assisting in these denial-of-service attacks launched by Anonymous. Anonymous's role in the DDoS attacks on the Tunisian government's websites have led to an upsurge of internet activism among Tunisians against the government.
A figure associated with Anonymous released an online message denouncing the government clampdown on recent protests and posted it on the Tunisian government website.
Anonymous has named their attacks as "Operation Tunisia". Anonymous successfully performed DDoS attacks on eight Tunisian government websites.
The Tunisian government responded by making its websites inaccessible from outside Tunisia. Tunisian police also arrested online activists and bloggers within the country and questioned them on the attacks.
Anonymous's website suffered a DDoS attack on January 5. During the Egyptian revolution, Egyptian government websites, along with the website of the ruling National Democratic Party, were hacked into and taken offline by Anonymous.
The sites remained offline until President Hosni Mubarak stepped down. On the weekend of February 5—6, , Aaron Barr, the chief executive of the security firm HBGary Federal, announced that his firm had successfully infiltrated the Anonymous group, and although he would not hand over details to the police, he would reveal his findings at a later conference in San Francisco.
In retaliation for Aaron Barr's claims, members of the group Anonymous hacked the website of HBGary Federal and replaced the welcome page with a message stating that Anonymous should not be messed with, and that the hacking of the website was necessary to defend itself.
Using a variety of techniques, including social engineering and SQL injection, Anonymous also went on to take control of the company's e-mail, dumping 68, e-mails from the system, erasing files, and taking down their phone system.
Anonymous announced their intent to attack Sony websites in response to Sony's lawsuit against George Hotz and, specifically due to Sony's gaining access to the IP addresses of all the people who visited George Hotz's blog as part of the libel action, terming it an 'offensive against free speech and internet freedom' Although Anonymous admitted responsibility for subsequent attacks on the Sony websites, Anonymous branch AnonOps denied that they were the cause behind a major outage of the PlayStation Network in April However, as Anonymous is a leaderless organization, the possibility remains that another branch of the group is responsible for the outage, though screenshots of AnonOps promotion of the attack still exist.
The group collaborated with LulzSec to hack the websites of a number of government and corporate sources and release information from them.
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