Quentin Hardy is the deputy technology editor for The New York Times. He is formerly an executive editor for Forbes Media.
6 books on the list
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@Sulliview Such a good book. – source
Quentin HardyDec 16, 2020
From The New York Times cybersecurity reporter Nicole Perlroth, the untold story of the cyberweapons market-the most secretive, invisible, government-backed market on earth-and a terrifying first look at a new kind of global warfare.Zero day: a software bug that allows a hacker to break into your devices and move around undetected. One of the most ...
I tore through @nicoleperlroth's brilliant and chilling book, you should preorder it and she should be proud. – source
Quentin HardyNov 14, 2020
Also recommended byKara Swisher
@DGisSERIOUS He's never been to the museum at the Tar Pits: People crossed the Bering Strait in big numbers about 15,000 years ago, discovered a wonderland of meat, and ate most species into extinction. "The Future Eaters" is a wonderful book on the Aboriginal decimation of Australia. – source
Quentin HardySep 15, 2020
A brilliant young historian follows the odyssey of Mussolini's body in an "ingenious" exploration of the legacy of Italian Fascism (The New Yorker)Bullet-ridden, spat on, strung up in a Milan square: this was the fate of Il Duce, as reviled in death as he was adored in life. With Italy's defeat in World War II, the cult of Benito Mussolini's physic...
Good book. – source
Quentin HardyJun 25, 2020
Thread. Great book, btw. – source
Quentin HardySep 28, 2019
@p1lonn Terrible human, but that's a great book. – source
Quentin HardyMay 02, 2019
Also recommended byNeil Strauss