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Author Naughton, John (John J.), author.
Title From Gutenberg to Zuckerberg : disruptive innovation in the age of the Internet / John Naughton.
Publisher New York : Quercus, 2014.
2012


LOCATION CALL # STATUS
 Central Business Science & Technology  004.67809 NaugJ 2014    CHECK SHELF
 Hoover Nonfiction  302.231 NAU New Book    DUE 09-05-14

Description xvii, 292 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Content text
Media unmediated
Carrier volume
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 257-278) and index.
Summary A history of the Internet traces its rise from a technological novelty to the essential utility of the Information Age to consider how society takes for granted a basic component that it barely understands, distilling the Internet's evolution into nine essential areas of understanding to lend insight into the information economy and how it can be more effectively used.
Contents Take the long view -- The web is not the net -- For the net, disruption is a feature, not a bug -- Think ecology, not just economics -- Complexity is the new reality -- The network is now the computer -- The web is evolving -- Copyrights and "copywrongs": or, why our intellectual property regime no longer makes sense -- Orwell vs. Huxley: the bookends of our networked future?.
ISBN 9781623650629
1623650623
Author Naughton, John (John J.), author.
Subject Internet -- History.
Internet -- Social aspects.
Information technology.
Description xvii, 292 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Content text
Media unmediated
Carrier volume
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 257-278) and index.
Summary A history of the Internet traces its rise from a technological novelty to the essential utility of the Information Age to consider how society takes for granted a basic component that it barely understands, distilling the Internet's evolution into nine essential areas of understanding to lend insight into the information economy and how it can be more effectively used.
Contents Take the long view -- The web is not the net -- For the net, disruption is a feature, not a bug -- Think ecology, not just economics -- Complexity is the new reality -- The network is now the computer -- The web is evolving -- Copyrights and "copywrongs": or, why our intellectual property regime no longer makes sense -- Orwell vs. Huxley: the bookends of our networked future?.
ISBN 9781623650629
1623650623
Author Naughton, John (John J.), author.
Subject Internet -- History.
Internet -- Social aspects.
Information technology.
LOCATION CALL # STATUS
 Central Business Science & Technology  004.67809 NaugJ 2014    CHECK SHELF
 Hoover Nonfiction  302.231 NAU New Book    DUE 09-05-14

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