The geographies of online and CD-ROM: East and west side

Tamer, Joanna
February 1997
EMedia Professional;Feb97, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p107
Academic Journal
Questions why the hotbeds of online Internet development and technologies are centered on the East Coast in New York while the breakthroughs in gaming and titles are settled in California. Electronic media publishing market that emerged in the mid-1990s; Reason why most Internet developers are found in New York.


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