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I was looking forward to Here Comes Nobody as an opportunity to learn more about the inner workings of Anonymous and the personalities involved. There's actually very little of this. Most of Here Comes Nobody consists of adding a layer of, to my mind, not especially helpful or thought-provoking academic theorizing - I haven't seen this many references to postmodernism in years - to information that isn't new. There are some exceptions, but that's the overall thrust of the book. However, if you miss your favorite po-mo obsessed professor referencing Bey's Temporary Autonomous Zone three times a lecture, this may be for you.