A Question of Technology: Can You Break the Internet?: And other questions about the internet

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Uncover the mysteries of the Internet in this funny technology series

What was the first thing ever sent on the Internet? Can winds blow WIFI away? And is the web REALLY full of spiders? Find out the answers to these questions and much more in this book!

With an engaging question and answer format, this series draws young readers into the fascinating world of technology. Each spread opens with a simple, quirky question, opening up an exploration of technology and busting some popular myths along the way!

Contents:
What is the Internet?/Are the World Wide Web and the Internet the same thing?/ What was the first thing sent over the Internet?/ Can the wind blow WiFi away?/ Is the Web really full of spiders?/Is there one big Internet superhighway?/Why does the Internet need walls?/ Why is TimBL an HTML Hero?/ Do I need wellies to go streaming?/ Can you break the Internet?/ What's the Internet of Things?/ What's the digital divide?/ Quick-fire questions/Glossary/Further reading/Index


Titles in the series:
What's so super about a supercomputer?/Can a driverless car get lost?/Will robots take over the world?/How do you go to the toilet in space?/Who invented inventing?/Can you break the internet?/Can light slice through steel?/Why do phone calls travel into space?

The lively lay-out is supported by annotated photos and cartoons, making technology fun and accessible for every young reader.

Product Details

Price
£8.99
Publisher
Hachette Children's Group
Publish Date
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781526320094

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