Review: Cyberspaces of Everyday Life, by Mark Nunes

 作者:穆褛     |      日期:2019-03-02 06:14:00
By William J. Mitchell BOOKS about cyberspace are like television shows about food. Their authors can give us a sense of what the excitement is all about, but they can never provide the experience of the real thing. So in Mark Nunes’s new book Cyberspaces of Everyday Life, where he examines the multifarious ways in which people interact with communication technologies, he is unable to include the hyperlinks and search facilities that abound in cyberspace. Yet the word cyberspace first appeared in a book: William Gibson’s 1984 novel Neuromancer. Gibson invented the word,