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Geeks: How Two Lost Boys Rode the Internet out of Idaho by  Jon Katz - First Edition, 2nd Printing - 2000 - from after-words bookstore and Biblio.com

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Geeks: How Two Lost Boys Rode the Internet out of Idaho

by Katz, Jon

Condition: Good +/Good +


New York, NY: Villard, 2000. A nice reading copy. Pages are clean and bright. Binding is tight. Book and jacket show some shelfwear. Jacket has been mylared for protection.. First Edition, 2nd Printing. Hard Cover. Good +/Good +. Mylared.

Jon Katz is the author of Running to the Mountain and Virtuous Reality , as well as six novels. He has written for Wired, New York, GQ, Hotwired , and the New York Times and was twice nominated for the National Magazine Award for articles in Rolling Stone . He writes for Slashdot.org and the Freedom Forum's website "Free!" on the Web. He lives in Montclair, New Jersey with his wife, Paula Span. He can be e-mailed at jonkatz@slashdot.org . From the Hardcover edition.




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