Claire L. Evans ‘neues Buch ist eine bittersüße Erinnerung daran, dass das Internet früher freier war und mehr Spaß machte.
In her book Broad Band: The Untold Story of the Women Who Made the Internet, Claire L. Evans has written about women whose contributions to computing—and computer culture—are rarely highlighted in tech-history narratives (to say nothing of today’s tech mythos). Representing various phases in technological development, they are women who had a hand in building technical tools or were early explorers of the cultural applications of nascent digital technologies. They are mathematicians and programmers, academics and early-web personalities.
Broad Band: The Untold Story of the Women Who Made the Internet
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