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Hi- I'm looking for the name of this book. Anyone?
In a previous post, Mike Url wrote:
Have any of you seen or heard of a book by a guy named George Gilder
from MIT? I recently read a chapter from a book by him. I cannot
remember the title exactly, but the topic I read about was "dark fiber"
and the chapter title was "The Coming Fibershere." (If Sue McCullough
reads this, perhaps she will correct me and provide the missing