Home → Opinion → Articles → How the Internet Gets Inside ­s → Full Text

How the Internet Gets Inside ­s

By The New Yorker

February 23, 2011

[article image]


When the first Harry Potter book appeared, in 1997, it was just a year before the universal search engine Google was launched. And so Hermione Granger, that charming grind, still goes to the Hogwarts library and spends hours and hours working her way through the stacks, finding out what a basilisk is or how to make a love potion.

From The New Yorker
View Full Article

0 Comments

No entries found