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While most of us are still dabbling in microchips, futurologist George Gilder has moved on to the next revolution: the telecosm. This world of infinite bandwidth, speed of light networking, and cathedrals of glass that enable us to communicate hundreds of Libraries of Congress in an instant. This history of these still miraculously unfolding technologies will challenge readers with its new rules (e.g., "the smaller the space, the more the room"), but as the music industry learned, it can be expensive to get caught napstering.