Circuits of the Wind: A Legend of the Net Age, Volume 1

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Confiteor Media, 2011 - Cyberspace - 669 pages

"Stutz writes with a grandness that exceeds the deadpan expectations that are associated with his generation of writers ... with all the grandeur of the influential [F. Scott] Fitzgerald himself." -- Kilimanjaro magazine

"Michael Stutz has created the Everyman of our wired age." -- Tony D'Souza, author of Whiteman, The Konkans, and Mule, which has been optioned for film by Warner Bros.

"It is an education into the net-dominated world we live in and likely to be a classic.." -- author Debbie A. Heaton

LITERARY FICTION / AMERICAN LITERATURE

THE LYRIC STORY OF THE NET GENERATION

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About the author (2011)

MICHAEL STUTZ coined the phrase "net generation" while working as a reporter for Wired News-and in the early 1990s kicked off the Wikipedia era by being the first to take "open source" beyond software. He lives in Space Age Central, the former home of the NASA rocket scientist who planned the Apollo Project.

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