10,000 Hours With Claude Shannon: How A Genius Thinks, Works, and Lives
Jimmy Soni

I enjoyed this article a lot. Shannon’s work was useful to me scientifically when I attempted to apply his ideas on information and signal to bacterial species and metabolic diversity in marine snails. I have no idea if this made any sense, but I could see the value and applicability of his ideas to other fields. I’m not mathematically minded so much, but the concepts shone through to me.

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