The Internet of Elsewhere: The Emergent Effects of a Wired World by Cyrus Farivar with a Foreward by Vinton G. Cerf. New Bruncwick: Rutgers University Press, 2011, 978-0813549620. 239 pages.
Did you know that South Korea is the most wired country in the world, with faster and less expensive broadband than anywhere in the U.S.? Cyrus Farivar, host of Spectrum and a frequent technical journalist for NPR, explores the Internet’s history and effects in Iran, Estonia, South Korea, and Senegal.
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