The New York Times discussed contributors Mallory Knodel and Niels Ten Oever’s work in a piece on updating computing language to be more inclusive
“Comprehensive and presents the subject well. It will be very helpful to all people doing IME, digital literacy training, and other educational activities.”
“In How the Internet Really Works . . . the reader gets a short, interesting, and entertaining overview of the Internet . . . in a jargon-free style.”
—Ben Rothke, Senior Information Security Manager, Tapad
Chapter 1: How is the Internet Networked?
Chapter 2: What Form Does Information Take on the Internet?
Chapter 3: How Do Devices Communicate on the Internet?
Chapter 4: How Does Information Travel on the Internet?
Chapter 5: How Do People Relate to Information on the Internet?
Chapter 6: What Can Interfere With Information Traveling Across the Internet?
Chapter 7: How Can Information Travel Anonymously Over the Internet?
Chapter 8: What Control Do Machines Have?
Chapter 9: How does the Internet Build on Previous Technology?
Chapter 10: Who Controls the Internet?
Chapter 11: How is Power Distributed Over the Decentralized Internet?
Chapter 12: How Can Civil Society Engage in Internet Governance?