"The author explores the rich history of anonymity in politics, literature and culture, while also debunking the notion that only troublemakers fear revealing their identities to the world. […] The Web has become a battleground, and depending on who wins, the Internet could soon bear little resemblance to what we know now."
Meet him in person Thursday, September 13. Buy a book. Drink free beer. We won’t ask your name, it’s cool.
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