Charming book with some nice perspectives that preaches to the converted
A cornucopia of charming mathematical anecdotes and facts
A quite complete account of the life and death of one of the most fascinating figures of early computing.
The book would have been a better read if it had focused on one of its two narratives: the rise of algorithmic trading and the forays of hedge fund executives into US politics.
Comfortingly conscientious in his evaluation of claims about ao pyramids and the parthenon.
Sage advise from the man who beat the dealer at blackjack and outperformed the market as one of the world’s first quants (but feel free to skip the chapters about Edward’s youth as a prodigy).