~ Happy reading ~
Sometimes I'm lost here. Could someone please explain to me why this modern version of Hamlet was used as an analogy for coding and the intentions of the coder? Maybe I didn't get it because I haven't read Hamlet though I know most of his story.
But then this book is so awesome. On page 69 for example this brought me to squeak like a maniac:
..., I spotted a piece of graffiti - a black-and-white whiskered rat-perched on the edge between whitewashed cement and dull red brick. I paused for a moment, bent down, and scratched at the rat's nose.
I love Bansky's rats and the idea of scratching the nose of this one. Isn't it awesome?
Mordred is full of contradictions and I'm falling pretty fast for him. I even got a hint about Japan. But sometimes (I fear) I'm missing some of the hints. Either have I insight into Shakespeare or have a clue about coding (without templates I wouldn't have get this blog running). This book is definitely a challenge. I hope someone is going to translate it into German soon because I want to share it with some people who don't read much in English.