Author(s): Ingrid Burrington
A smart, funny, beautifully illustrated field guide to the Internet-from manhole coverings to sidewalk spray-paint to carrier hotels, Networks of New York reveals the pieces of the Internet that are hiding in plain sight.
Ingrid Burrington writes about the Internet, politics, and art, and has been published in "The Atlantic," "The Nation," "ProPublica," "San Francisco Art Quarterly," "Dissent," and elsewhere. She s given talks at conferences both in the U.S. and abroad, and her art has been exhibited in galleries in New York, Tokyo, Leipzig, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and many other cities. She lives in Brooklyn, and @lifewinning."