Edited by Andrew Dillon
The Information series publishes cutting-edge books that chart and shape the rapidly changing landscape of information technology. Our information age is not a story of incremental progress—this is a new Gutenberg era that is changing the world quickly, permanently, and in ways that we cannot easily control. The series explores and explains the emergence of the new socio-technical world in which we work and play, make purchases and perform services, learn and communicate, create and share, without pause or concern for distance. Placing emphasis on human and social concerns, the series serves as a focal point for interdisciplinary and intellectually deep work that addresses the most pressing information issues of our time.