The Internet now has 30 million users who can tap into professional libraries, participate in discussion groups, and look at weather maps, among many other things. This guide explores "cyberspace" and debates the issues created by this new technology.
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Descrizione libro Abacus, 1996. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Surfing on the Internet offers the essential guide to the real rock 'n' roll of the Nineties. Purest form of modern anarchy, last refuge of cyberdemocracy, the Internet - a vast web of communication systems linked by software and telephone lines - reaches over 30 million people around the world and attracts hundreds of thousands of new subscribers every month. Overdosing on Count Chocula and Cup-o-noodles at 4 am, JC Herz is our intrepid guide through the weirder sliproads of the information superhighway, dabbling in virtual sex and Multi-User Dungeons, expounding conspiracy theories on the death (or not) of Kurt Cobain, railing against the spread of direct marketing e-mails and generally catching awave on the last uncensored mass medium in existence. Codice libro della libreria 002789