[ Lesening ] The Circle Autor Dave Eggers – Paydayloansnsi.co.uk

The Circle When Mae is hired to work for the Circle, the world s most powerful internet company, she feels she s been given the opportunity of a lifetime Run out of a sprawling California campus, the Circle links users personal emails, social media, and finances with their universal operating system, resulting in one online identity and a new age of transparency Mae can t believe her great fortune to work for them even as life beyond the campus grows distant, even as a strange encounter with a colleague leaves her shaken, even as her role at the Circle becomes increasingly public


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9 thoughts on “The Circle

  1. Muschelkalk Muschelkalk says:

    Mae hat ihren Traumjob beim tollsten Arbeitgeber der Welt ergattert Bei The Circle sorgt man daf r, dass der Mitarbeiter sich rund um die Uhr pudelwohl f hlt Das Essen wird von Spitzenk chen zubereitet, das B ro ist ein moderner Wohlf hl Campus, Partys und andere Events nach Feierabend ebenfalls Wer von all den Aktivit ten ersch pft


  2. Marie Marie says:

    The plot of the circle is told from start to finish in less than five minutes That s because hardly anything happens Ok, there are many good books which live from the characters and dialogues Sadly, the circle is not one of them The dialogues are simplistic without wit, charm or intelligence The charachters lack any kind of depth Certainly


  3. Cubeedoo Cubeedoo says:

    German recension, but read it in English Das Buch wurde mir mehrfach empfohlen Tats chlich muss ich anerkennen, dass das Szenario sehr gut in die Omnipr senz sozialer Netzwerke passt und einen m glichen Ausblick in die weitere Entwicklung gibt Es ist sprachlich einfach gehalten und gut lesbar Technologieverst ndnis wird dem Publikum nicht abverla


  4. Anna Stoermer Anna Stoermer says:

    Dave Eggers ist meines Erachtens ein bi chen zu stolz auf sich selbst Die Geschichte l sst an Originalit t im Vergleich zu 1984 vermissen Man gewinnt den Eindruck, dass er von renommierten Schreckensutopisten wie Huxley und Orwell abgeschaut hat Grunds tzlich finde ich es aber gut, dass er das Thema Overkill von Social Media anspricht Das musste mal ges


  5. Johanna Johanna says:

    Das Buch wurde mir von einem Freund empfohlen, dem das Buch sehr gut gefallen hat.Ich fand, dass die Idee des Buches sehr interessant klang und ja auch sehr zeitgem ist, daher habe ich mir das Buch gekauft.Leider bin ich doch sehr entt uscht worden Das Buch hat zwar sehr gute Passagen und vor allem zum Ende hin wurde es dann auch mal spannend, aber vor allem a


  6. T., Anke T., Anke says:

    This book did really raise some fears and questions in me I did really hope that Mae and Ty would have a happy ending, but it would have been too easy, maybe There are some advantages to the idea of a transparent society, but the whole loss of privacy and the neverending rating of everything and everyone seems to be exhausting to me However, with social media, I am w


  7. Chris Widgery Chris Widgery says:

    This book considers a very modern phenomenon how much are we willing to give away In it, our protagonist, Mae, gets a job in customer services at The Circle a sort of fictional mash up of Google Facebook Apple This is her dream job it s well paid, working in an amazing environment with interesting people, and free gyms, classes, parties etc etc Living the dream And then it


  8. Janie U Janie U says:

    This cautionary tale about sharing data was written in 2013 so I started the book curious about how his predictions had played out over the intervening years.I was not hooked in during the first few pages but it didn t take must longer for me to become very intrigued by the ideas in the plot It is a fictional look at the way that an internet based company can learn all about you a


  9. J. Ang J. Ang says:

    Mae Holland is the bright eyed bushy tailed recruit at soon to be global internet enterprise, The Circle, having been rescued from a dead end McJob by her college roommate and mentor Annie The latter is an up and coming ingenue at the company, part of the ominously named Gang of 40, the forty most crucial minds at the company privy to its most secret plans and data Mae soon finds herself


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