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Some very interesting history of how telephones, cinema, internet , etc developed.Published 14 days ago by richard krieger
All the background on all the innovation controversies I ever wanted to learn about, from the first days of telephone to today. Read morePublished 10 months ago by opinioned
Excellent book. Tim Wu shows great insight into the industry as well as businesses, politics and people in general.Published 11 months ago by Kjay
Fascinating historical perspective on generations of communications infrastructure starting with the second half of 19th century (Western Union and the telegraph), to the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Lee Dilley
The book was very enjoyable and will be for those who are interested in Information Technologies and Media Industries as well as the relationship to our government.Published 13 months ago by Gregory J. Bartels
Tim Wu recounts The Cycle of history Information Empires take and warns us of the coming natural inclination toward more vertical integration and control over the Internet by... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jeff
Tons of great information. Makes you think differently about the major corporations that are around today. Read morePublished 16 months ago by smailholm