These last few months have been a pain–cyber-wise! We have internet through Infinity/Comcast and it has been s***ty since we ordered it. It took them 2 months to set it up, wiring and all. Now, we deal with the weekly, if not daily dropping of the internet. It’s annoying and a huge inconvenience when I am trying to do anything online.
A couple months back, I started reading a couple different books. One of the first ones was Netfold. Now, I am a slow reader–always have been. With children needing things done often, it delays the process even more. But, I finally found enough time to get through it–and it was actually pretty well worth it.
I am a very visual person. I usually enjoy TV more than anything, so if a book doesn’t give me anything visually, it’s a struggle to enjoy or get through it. However, I was a entertained with the concept of the book.
The idea is based on “Earth hours” and “Net time”–and how people can alter each other’s “destinies” by researching different things. To me, it sounds a bit like some other things I have watched, but they don’t deal with Net vs. Earth. It’s usually do different topics–though one is usually Earth.
The overall plot and characters created a unique world in which I could loss myself for a few hours here or there. I did have to remind myself that sleep was my most important task, a few dozen times.
If you have a moment, pick up Netfold for the Kindle–it provides a nice pastime when the internet is down and stolen your Netflix. It is also, overall, not a bad read. I was a little worried that it would be more geared for people who enjoy the gaming world and being “nerds”. But, I quickly found that even me, one of the “anti-gamers” could enjoy a nice read.
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