How not to network a nation the uneasy history of the soviet internet information policy benjamin peters on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers how despite thirty years of effort soviet attempts to build a national computer network were undone by socialists who seemed to behave like capitalists between 1959 and 1989. How not to network a nation is an a account of internet history all through cold war era soviet union and how it never came to be its leading topic of discussion ogas the soviet counterpart of arpanet functions as an excellent case study on how network projects could have developed in societies that were not preoccupied with markets . How not to network a nation the uneasy history of the soviet internet by benjamin peters natalia nikiforova bio the idea of the book began with a cia report about the soviets creating a unified information network although the soviet union did not pursue decentralized networks it did hope to interweave information technologies into . How not to network a nation the uneasy history of the soviet internet alexander voiskounsky moscow lomonosov state university russian federation correspondence vaemsugmailcom pages 109 112. Excerpts from how not to network a nation the uneasy history of the soviet internet none open journal systems journal help and social commentary to inform the emergent subfield of network studies in information policy as well the uneasy history of the soviet internet by benjamin peters published march 2016 by the mit press all
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