Information Age

    Information Age

    Six Networks that Changed our World

    Tilly Blyth

    Scala Arts 2014

    Hardback 224pp Illustrated 280x240mm

    9781857599015   Product Code: 23514

    The first transatlantic telegraph cable failed after a few weeks in 1858 but a successful link was established by 1866, transforming the speed of contact and commerce between Britain and America and ushering in a new information age. With well-chosen illustrations and contributions from commentators including David Attenborough and Martha Lane Fox, this Science Museum book explores the innovations in communications that have revolutionized the world: the cable, broadcasting, the telephone, satellites, cellular phones and the internet.

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