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Carlos Bueno , Ytaelena López

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20. November 2011

A story about computer science and other improbable things. Laurie is lost in Userland. She knows where she is, or where she's going, but maybe not at the same time. The only way out is through Jargon-infested swamps, gates guarded by perfect logic, and the perils of breakfast time at the Philosopher's Diner. With just her wits and the help of a lizard who thinks he's a dinosaur, Laurie has to find her own way home.

Lauren Ipsum is a children's story about computer science. In 20 chapters she encounters dozens of ideas from timing attacks to algorithm design, the subtle power of names, and how to get a fair flip out of even the most unfair coin.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Thought-provoking, entertaining read. 21. November 2011
Von Ben Z - Veröffentlicht auf
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Lauren Ipsum is a remarkable book, the latest in the exalted but rarefied tradition that runs from Lewis Carroll through The Phantom Tollbooth, making stops at Godel Escher Bach and others along the way. It covers a whimsical journey with fun characters across unknown cognitive lands, bringing to life logic and computer science puzzlers and thought experiments. Recommended for advanced youngsters and adults who are young at heart and like thinking about what they read. It's gentle and unintimidating if you're just curious, but I'm a professional technologist and still learned and solidified some great concepts while reading this book.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Incredible! Finally an accessible intro to comp sci for kids! 30. November 2011
Von Holy_Handgrenade - Veröffentlicht auf
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I was excited when I first learned about this project almost a month ago. Carlos decided to post the first chapter up on the projects main website which hooked me instantly. As soon as it was available I got it for the kindle and took the time to read it fully.

The exceptional part of this work is that it is an accessible introduction to computer science and how the various systems work. While this is not the first attempt I've seen at directing kids into the fascinating world of computer science, this is the first one that doesn't stumble on presenting complex topics such as math as a workbook or otherwise try to explain binary in a "textbook" sort of way.

Everything is presented in a very Alice in Wonderland style of story where every concept is explained from a character's point of view and uses characterizations to convey or represent specific concepts. In the case of binary, Carlos presents the ways that it is used first showing it in action, with our heroine, Laurie, asking the "how does it do that?" question which gets explained clearly by another character. Covering things like algorithms, encryption, security concepts, precision and heuristics, even presenting how to work on a timing attack. Userland is also described beautifully and makes some, not as obvious as other, attempts at explaining how computer systems are organized.

As an adult, I enjoyed the read. It was fun to go through and constantly going back through the chapters going "Ahh, I see what you did there!" All in all I highly recommend this book for anyone, not just kids.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Thought altering 24. November 2011
Von Bill Sempf - Veröffentlicht auf
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I have read then and I have written them, but few books have changed the way I think about software development like Lauren Ipsum. Never have I read a clearer, more descriptive rendition of what computer science is REALLY about. So glad I sponsored the Kickstarter. After reading it myself and having my wife read it (She now knows I am a Composer!) I have been reading it to my son, a little at a time.

If you are even slightly interested in engineering, computer science or maths, you should give this book a try. I don't love many books, but when I do they have Turtles!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Not only for kids 23. November 2011
Von Michael Kohl - Veröffentlicht auf
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Written by an engineer working for Facebook and his wife, "Lauren Ipsum" is meant to be a book for teaching computer science to children. This is done in the form of a fairy tale that doesn't actually involve any computers, but instead focusses on programming as a way of thinking. This is a commendable teaching approach and to be honest not only children can profit from this. In fact I'm likely to use some of the stories and metapors from the book in future discussions, especially the one about the "byzantine process". Note that this is also fun for grown-ups, since it's full of nerdy puns that will be lost on kids anyway ("a maze of twisty little passages" anyone?).
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Alice in Wonderland meets Martin Gardner 15. März 2012
Von Darth Breather - Veröffentlicht auf
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This is a great little book, modeled on Alice in Wonderland, updated and used to actually illustrate concepts in math and computer science. I think it would be fun to read aloud to a child. The structure of the book works; the chameleon is a nice foil to the main character, Lauren, and the problems are beautifully explained.

My problem with it was that it fell just short of what could have been wonderful: Lauren doesn't seem to have much personality or much of a response to anything. She's become a cardboard character - and she didn't need to be. It's all potentially there in the story. If the book is read aloud, this can be added in by the narrator, but it could have been on the page.

I think this would make a neat film.
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