Notes from the Internet Apocalypse: A Novel (The Internet Apocalypse Trilogy)

Notes from the Internet Apocalypse: A Novel (The Internet Apocalypse Trilogy)

Wayne Gladstone

When the net without warning stops operating, society reels from the lack of flowing facts and streaming leisure. Addicts wander the streets chatting with themselves in a hundred and forty characters or forcing cats to accomplish tips for his or her entertainment, whereas the actually determined pin their requests for informal encounters on public bulletin forums. The financial system tumbles and the govt. passes the draconian internet restoration Act.

For Gladstone, the Net's disappearance comes really challenging, following the lack of his spouse, leaving his flask of Jamesons and grandfather's fedora because the purely comforts in his Brooklyn condominium. yet there are rumors that somebody in big apple remains to be on-line. an individual set except this new global the place fb flirters "poke" one another in actual existence and contributors of nameless exchange memes at mystery events. the place a former librarian can promote details as a human seek engine and the perverted satisfy their mystery fetishes on the blossoming Rule 34 membership. With the aid of his friends---a blogger and a webcam woman, either now out of work---Gladstone units off to discover the net. yet is he definitely the right guy to avoid wasting humanity from this Apocalypse?

For these of you considering when you've got WiFi instantly, Wayne Gladstone's Notes from the net Apocalypse examines the query "What is existence with no the Web?"

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