From the beginning of Ben Tarnoff’s Internet for the People, the reader is made viscerally aware of what comprises “the internet”: a planetary system of wires, deep-sea cables, and server-filled warehouses. As intangible as it often seems, these are objects made from steel and plastic. Reading it feels physical, because it is. As an infrastructural project, […]

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