24 Hours in Cyberspace: Photographed on One Day by 150 of the World's Leading Photojournalists

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Rick Smolan, Jennifer Erwitt
QUE Macmillan, 1996 - Photography - 224 pages
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From the best-selling author of the Day in the Life series, this new book chronicles the 24 Hours in Cyberspace live publishing event that took place February 8, 1996 across the world. It features more than 200 of the most compelling photos and heartwarming stories captured by over 150 professional photographers. Readers will meet couples who have logged on and fallen in love, doctors who carry medical relief across continents using the Internet, wildlife rangers who track elephants using global positioning satellites and more.
-- The high-quality, hardcover production make this book ideal for the Christmas buying season
-- Rich, full-color photographs create an intimate and emotional portrait of people whose lives have been dramatically affected by the online world
-- CD-ROM includes the entire 24 Hours in Cyberspace Web site, Netscape Navigator for Windows 95 and Macintosh; plus, 15 hours free time on America Online and GNN

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This book features thematically grouped photographs taken across the world on February 8, 1996, showing how "cyberspace" was affecting people's lives. 11 years later, it's endearing to look back on ... Read full review

24 hours in cyberspace: photographed on one day by 150 of the world's leading photojournalists

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Designed much in the same vein as Smolan's popular "Day in the Life" series (e.g., A Day in the Life of Canada, 1984), this exhaustive photographic tribute provides a glimpse into a single day of life ... Read full review

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