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Book Review: The End of Power
April 9, 2019
Power is an umbrella term and it’s not that easy to describe what it means, let alone to have any meaningful discussion about the nature and evolution of power. Interestingly, that’s exactly the topic of the book “The End of Power” written by Moisés Naím, who himself was “in power” for quite a while working as a minister and than as an executive director of the World Bank.
Game Review: ATOM RPG
January 24, 2019
I saw this game on Steam the day before it was officially released and it immediately caught my attention. The trailer videos gave me the clear impression that ATOM RPG is an indie clone of the first 2 games in the Fallout series but what seemed odd is the fact that the authors didn’t try to conceal that fact and they even mocked a few of the Fallout cliches in those videos. I am a big fan of the Fallout series so I’ve decided to give this game a try and I wasn’t disappointed.
Book Review: Phishing for Phools
December 28, 2018
I added this book to my reading list after I finished another book by Robert Shiller: ‘Irrational Exuberance’, which is full of entertaining stories that help readers to understand many concepts of behavioral economics. I expected a similar experience from reading ‘Phishing for Phools’ and I wasn’t disappointed.