Praise for: ” ‘Gina Says,’ Adventures in the Blogsphere String War
(Below the dividing line: Greg Kuperberg, Scott Aaronson, Clifford Johnson, Peter Woit, Motty Perry, Caterina Calsamiglia, Yuval Peres, Eva Illouz, and (right from the comment section) Luca Trevisan, Thomas Love, John Sidles, Jacques Distler, Marni D Sheppeard, (and from other journals/blogs) Hamish Johnston, Lance Fortnow. New: Lubos Motl, Eytan Sheshinski and Tselil Schramm.
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Shmuel Weinberger (August 07): Very much enjoyed the story of Gina’s involvement in the blog world– i read it through on my flight back to America. It was a very interesting if occasionally difficult read. Probably the part that resonated most was the advice (i think it came from your father) that every subject is fascinating after you study it deeply.
Avi Wigderson: (August 07) I expected no less from the author of the immortal translation of the classic book “Where is Pluto?”
Oded Schramm (Dec 2007): Though it is somewhat uneven, there were some definite enjoyable highlights. (Feb. 08 ) What about a sequel? I’m really curious what’s happening with Gina these days?
Itai Benjamini It was such a joy to listen to your unique voice (music) yet again. A typo: Section 20 “children’s teaching disabilities” should be “children learning disabilities”. (Feb 08 ):
Elchanan Mossel (Feb 08): I read it when I was sick and couldn’t do other things, and it cheered me up
Olle Haggstrom (March 08): I found it a real page-turner, and read the entire thing for four straight hours last night! Very interesting stuff, on several levels. And very original, of course. May I ask what is your relation to Gina? You seem to have remarkable insight into her mind…
Ken Binmore (June 08) Dear Gil, I like your book a lot. If you get it published, it could do with Continue reading