The Mind Net

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The Mind Net [EPUB] ✶ The Mind Net Author Herbert W. Franke – Polishdarling.co.uk In The Mind Net we encounter a vast space fleet exploring the cosmos They find some organic remnants in the lfeless soil of an ancient world But when the space explorers test these mysterious objects In The Mind Net we encounter a vast space fleet exploring the cosmos They find some organic remnants in the lfeless soil of an ancient world But when the space explorers test these mysterious objects they suddenly find their ship trapped in an alien mental web and face a menace never allowed for on their computers.


About the Author: Herbert W. Franke

Herbert W Franke is an Austrian scientist and writer He is considered one of the most important science fiction authors in the German language He is also active in the fields of future research, speleology as well as computer graphics and digital artFranke studied physics, mathematics, chemistry, psychology and philosophy in Vienna He received his doctorate in theoretical physics in by writing a dissertation about electron opticsSince , he has worked as a freelance author From to he held a lectureship in Cybernetical Aesthetic at Munich University later computer graphics computer art In , The Mind PDF or he co founded Ars Electronica in Linz Austria In and , he lectured in introduction to perception psychology at the Art Design division of the Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences Also in he became a selected member of the German PEN clubA collection of short stories titled The Green Comet was his first book publication In , Franke attended a SIGGRAPH computer graphics conference in Orlando and was a juror at the VideoMath Festival Berlin He also took part in innumerable performances and presentations.



10 thoughts on “The Mind Net

  1. Karl Karl says:

    DAW Collectors 123Cover Artist Kelly FreasName Franke, Herbert Werner, Birthplace Vienna, Austria, Birthdate 14 May 1927.The back cover of this 1974 Daw paperback calls Herbert W Franke one of the four best science fiction writers of modern EuropeAn alien consciousness seizes control of critical ship functions Ebb tries to shut the experiment off manually, but the alien has already gained control of the ship s autorep repair robot The autorep blocks their access to the shutdown lever DAW Collectors 123Cover Artist Kelly FreasName Franke, Herbert Werner, Birthplace Vienna, Austria, Birthdate 14 May 1927.The back cover of this 1974 Daw paperback calls Herbert W Franke one of the four best science fiction writers of modern EuropeAn alien consciousness seizes control of critical ship functions Ebb tries to shut the experiment off manually, but the alien has already gained control of the ship s autorep repair robot The autorep blocks their access to the shutdown lever In a matter of minutes, the alien consciousness takes full control of the ship, forces the crew into the lifeboats, jettisons them, and blasts off into deep space


  2. Darkened Darkened says:

    this one is one of my favourite books.and have really some amusing phases lol.i don t know i tried not to like it cause it s hard and horror in a lot, but i couldn t.i still like it.i read sf but not this kind,i read a lot sf but in the style of foundation by asimov or john brunner.sf like this one i don t read a lot,but.like i said.i liked it.cheers


  3. Laurent Laurent says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The scientific expedition mentioned in the book description is a background for the main story, which is about a very intelligent and skillful man who became a disident in his totalitarian society and was eventually sentenced to undergo lobotomy for his behaviour, along with his girlfriend Eons later, this non human scientific expedition retrieves his conserved brain and reactivates it by replicating its neural connections into the main computer of a spaceship The most interesting part of the The scientific expedition mentioned in the book description is a background for the main story, which is about a very intelligent and skillful man who became a disident in his totalitarian society and was eventually sentenced to undergo lobotomy for his behaviour, along with his girlfriend Eons later, this non human scientific expedition retrieves his conserved brain and reactivates it by replicating its neural connections into the main computer of a spaceship The most interesting part of the story is the set of simulated, yet perceived by the subject as real, behavioural tests that the main character must undergo for his judges to decide whether there is enough proof to sentence him However, the judges are biased and ideology driven The Mind Net is similar in this respect to Zone Null


  4. Emperador Spock Emperador Spock says:

    Das Buch folgt dem Aufbau, der ziemlich typisch f r die Science Fiction Romane aus den 1950 60 Jahren ist Der Roman ist keine zusammenh ngende Geschichte, sondern besteht aus sechs scheinbar beziehungslosen Geschichten, deren Beziehung miteinander zun chst nicht klar ist, und bis zum Ende nicht ganz klar wird.Welcher Zusammenhang besteht zwischen einem Bewusstsein, das den zentralen Computer eines Raumschiffs bernimmt, einem intelligenten Gesch pf, das einen ganzen Planeten allm hlich bedeckt, Das Buch folgt dem Aufbau, der ziemlich typisch f r die Science Fiction Romane aus den 1950 60 Jahren ist Der Roman ist keine zusammenh ngende Geschichte, sondern besteht aus sechs scheinbar beziehungslosen Geschichten, deren Beziehung miteinander zun chst nicht klar ist, und bis zum Ende nicht ganz klar wird.Welcher Zusammenhang besteht zwischen einem Bewusstsein, das den zentralen Computer eines Raumschiffs bernimmt, einem intelligenten Gesch pf, das einen ganzen Planeten allm hlich bedeckt, und einem Putsch in einer au erirdischen Kolonie Der Autor erkl rt alles mit einer weltumfassenden Antiutopie und ihrer Gedankenpolizei Diese Mittel erscheinen heute ein bisschen banal und die dystopische Welt ist wenig detailliert mir gefiel zum Beispiel nicht, dass es keine Informationen gibt ber die Ger te, die die Gedankenpolizei nutzt, obwohl der Autor sonst gute technische Beschreibungen macht Trotzdem ist die Handlung des Buchs ziemlich spannend, schnell und oft berraschend


  5. Nora Vasilescu Nora Vasilescu says:

    Easy read From a literary point of view a hastened, pretty careless work unless the translation is to blame From an epic point of view however it is thought material Spirit, brain, personality, person what makes and what breaks them, where they reside creativity violence love aggression control freedom in spite of the poor literary quality and some dating technical details it may make a great discussion in class.


  6. Florin Pitea Florin Pitea says:

    I read this in Romanian translation, back in the late 1980s It seemed rather difficult to follow at the time.


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10 thoughts on “The Mind Net

  1. Karl Karl says:

    DAW Collectors 123Cover Artist Kelly FreasName Franke, Herbert Werner, Birthplace Vienna, Austria, Birthdate 14 May 1927.The back cover of this 1974 Daw paperback calls Herbert W Franke one of the four best science fiction writers of modern EuropeAn alien consciousness seizes control of critical ship functions Ebb tries to shut the experiment off manually, but the alien has already gained control of the ship s autorep repair robot The autorep blocks their access to the shutdown lever DAW Collectors 123Cover Artist Kelly FreasName Franke, Herbert Werner, Birthplace Vienna, Austria, Birthdate 14 May 1927.The back cover of this 1974 Daw paperback calls Herbert W Franke one of the four best science fiction writers of modern EuropeAn alien consciousness seizes control of critical ship functions Ebb tries to shut the experiment off manually, but the alien has already gained control of the ship s autorep repair robot The autorep blocks their access to the shutdown lever In a matter of minutes, the alien consciousness takes full control of the ship, forces the crew into the lifeboats, jettisons them, and blasts off into deep space


  2. Darkened Darkened says:

    this one is one of my favourite books.and have really some amusing phases lol.i don t know i tried not to like it cause it s hard and horror in a lot, but i couldn t.i still like it.i read sf but not this kind,i read a lot sf but in the style of foundation by asimov or john brunner.sf like this one i don t read a lot,but.like i said.i liked it.cheers


  3. Laurent Laurent says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The scientific expedition mentioned in the book description is a background for the main story, which is about a very intelligent and skillful man who became a disident in his totalitarian society and was eventually sentenced to undergo lobotomy for his behaviour, along with his girlfriend Eons later, this non human scientific expedition retrieves his conserved brain and reactivates it by replicating its neural connections into the main computer of a spaceship The most interesting part of the The scientific expedition mentioned in the book description is a background for the main story, which is about a very intelligent and skillful man who became a disident in his totalitarian society and was eventually sentenced to undergo lobotomy for his behaviour, along with his girlfriend Eons later, this non human scientific expedition retrieves his conserved brain and reactivates it by replicating its neural connections into the main computer of a spaceship The most interesting part of the story is the set of simulated, yet perceived by the subject as real, behavioural tests that the main character must undergo for his judges to decide whether there is enough proof to sentence him However, the judges are biased and ideology driven The Mind Net is similar in this respect to Zone Null


  4. Emperador Spock Emperador Spock says:

    Das Buch folgt dem Aufbau, der ziemlich typisch f r die Science Fiction Romane aus den 1950 60 Jahren ist Der Roman ist keine zusammenh ngende Geschichte, sondern besteht aus sechs scheinbar beziehungslosen Geschichten, deren Beziehung miteinander zun chst nicht klar ist, und bis zum Ende nicht ganz klar wird.Welcher Zusammenhang besteht zwischen einem Bewusstsein, das den zentralen Computer eines Raumschiffs bernimmt, einem intelligenten Gesch pf, das einen ganzen Planeten allm hlich bedeckt, Das Buch folgt dem Aufbau, der ziemlich typisch f r die Science Fiction Romane aus den 1950 60 Jahren ist Der Roman ist keine zusammenh ngende Geschichte, sondern besteht aus sechs scheinbar beziehungslosen Geschichten, deren Beziehung miteinander zun chst nicht klar ist, und bis zum Ende nicht ganz klar wird.Welcher Zusammenhang besteht zwischen einem Bewusstsein, das den zentralen Computer eines Raumschiffs bernimmt, einem intelligenten Gesch pf, das einen ganzen Planeten allm hlich bedeckt, und einem Putsch in einer au erirdischen Kolonie Der Autor erkl rt alles mit einer weltumfassenden Antiutopie und ihrer Gedankenpolizei Diese Mittel erscheinen heute ein bisschen banal und die dystopische Welt ist wenig detailliert mir gefiel zum Beispiel nicht, dass es keine Informationen gibt ber die Ger te, die die Gedankenpolizei nutzt, obwohl der Autor sonst gute technische Beschreibungen macht Trotzdem ist die Handlung des Buchs ziemlich spannend, schnell und oft berraschend


  5. Nora Vasilescu Nora Vasilescu says:

    Easy read From a literary point of view a hastened, pretty careless work unless the translation is to blame From an epic point of view however it is thought material Spirit, brain, personality, person what makes and what breaks them, where they reside creativity violence love aggression control freedom in spite of the poor literary quality and some dating technical details it may make a great discussion in class.


  6. Florin Pitea Florin Pitea says:

    I read this in Romanian translation, back in the late 1980s It seemed rather difficult to follow at the time.


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