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Adrienne Porter Felt

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Adrienne Porter Felt is an engineering manager at Google, where she works on making Chrome easy to use. Currently, Adrienne leads Chrome’s data science and next generation user teams. Previously, Adrienne worked on usable security and HTTPS adoption, earning her recognition as one of MIT Technology Review’s Innovators Under 35. Most of her academic publications are on usable security for browsers or smartphones. Adrienne earned her PhD from UC Berkeley, and her undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia.
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The Book of Koli
M. R. Carey - Apr 14, 2020
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Beyond the walls of the small village of Mythen Rood lies an unrecognizable world. A world where overgrown forests are filled with choker trees and deadly vines and seeds that will kill you where you stand. And if they don't get you, one of the dangerous shunned men will.Koli has lived in Mythen Rood his entire life. He knows the first rule of surv...
Adrienne Porter Felt
Nov 02, 2020
Need a distraction? Check out these delightful sci-fi books: The City in the Middle of the Night (Charlie Jane Anders) The Book of Koli (M R Carey) All Systems Red (Martha Wells) A Memory Called Empire (Arkady Martine)     source
A Memory Called Empire
Arkady Martine - Feb 25, 2020 (first published in 2019)
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Ambassador Mahit Dzmare arrives in the center of the multi-system Teixcalaanli Empire only to discover that her predecessor, the previous ambassador from their small but fiercely independent mining Station, has died. But no one will admit that his death wasn't an accident--or that Mahit might be next to die, during a time of political instability i...
Adrienne Porter Felt
Nov 02, 2020
Need a distraction? Check out these delightful sci-fi books: The City in the Middle of the Night (Charlie Jane Anders) The Book of Koli (M R Carey) All Systems Red (Martha Wells) A Memory Called Empire (Arkady Martine)     source
City in the Middle of the Night
Anders - Feb 11, 2020 (first published in 2019)
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Would you give up everything to change the world?Humanity clings to life on January--a colonized planet divided between permanently frozen darkness on one side, and blazing endless sunshine on the other.Two cities, built long ago in the meager temperate zone, serve as the last bastions of civilization--but life inside them is just as dangerous as t...
Adrienne Porter Felt
Nov 02, 2020
Need a distraction? Check out these delightful sci-fi books: The City in the Middle of the Night (Charlie Jane Anders) The Book of Koli (M R Carey) All Systems Red (Martha Wells) A Memory Called Empire (Arkady Martine)     source
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The Murderbot Diaries (The Murderbot Diaries (1))
Martha Wells - Jan 22, 2019
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In a corporate-dominated spacefaring future, planetary missions must be approved and supplied by the Company. Exploratory teams are accompanied by Company-supplied security androids, for their own safety.But in a society where contracts are awarded to the lowest bidder, safety isn’t a primary concern.On a distant planet, a team of scientists are co...
Adrienne Porter Felt
Nov 02, 2020
Need a distraction? Check out these delightful sci-fi books: The City in the Middle of the Night (Charlie Jane Anders) The Book of Koli (M R Carey) All Systems Red (Martha Wells) A Memory Called Empire (Arkady Martine)     source
Sapience
A Collection of Science Fiction Short Stories
Alexis Lantgen - Mar 02, 2019
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What kind of life will we find in the depths of Europa’s oceans? What kind of life will we allow an AI with human level intelligence? The ten stories in Sapience: A Collection of Science Fiction Short Stories explore these questions and many more. In the near future, humanity builds a colony on Europa, one of the moons of Jupiter. They tunnel into...
Adrienne Porter Felt
Nov 29, 2019
Free on Kindle unlimited. This book seems to be little known and IMO it's underrated. One of my favorite reads of the year.     source