The Art of Getting Net Smart

Howard Rheingold is a teacher, thinker, futurist and grower of the tallest sunflowers I have ever seen. He’s one the most profound thinkers of what happens online and how it changes the world.
Just about every ten years, he checks in with a new book that seems to chart the course for the next decade or so.

In 1993, he wrote The Virtual Community , which portended a world where people would share friendship and information with each other ... Full Story »

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