24 Hours In Cyberspace

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24 Hours In Cyberspace Cyberculture
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Collects the stories and photographs that follow a day in the life of cyberspace, celebrating the counterculture of the World Wide Web while profiling it as a resource for social activities, education, and human services. Original. (All Users).

Editorial Reviews

Designed much in the same vein as Smolan's popular "Day in the Life" series (e.g., A Day in the Life of Canada, 1984), this exhaustive photographic tribute provides a glimpse into a single day of life online. With heart-wrenching photos of sick youngsters whose parents find solace in virtual support groups, monks who discover the benefits of laptop computers, and a group of Mexican guerrillas who spell out their political aims through the World Wide Web, this feel-good celebration is hard to fault, even with its unremittingly positive focus. Much of the material here is fascinating, and most folks who pick up this book won't soon put it down. Curiously, the URLs that should accompany the related photos are relegated to an index. The entire project is also available for viewing online at . Recommended for most public libraries. Mark Annichiarico, "Library Journal" Copyright 1998 Library Journal Reviews

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