I rented The Imitation Game recently and enjoyed it, but I felt that it glossed over the details behind the 'universal machine' that Turing spent his life creating.
I don't feel like I need to recap the movie, go watch it or checkout Wikipedia if you aren't familiar. Oh, and be sure to checkout Computerphile's YouTube series on Turing and Enigma.
I picked the book up from the library (the Columbus Metropolitan Library is amazing), thinking it would be a quick weekend read. I was wrong. Here's what I discovered when I picked the book up on Friday:
I hope the book keeps me interested, otherwise there's no way I'm making it through!