The Inside Story Of The Web is a traveling book. It journeys across the world, through states, continents and time zones. After reading it, readers from random cities leave their copy (on a public bench, in the train, in an airport...) so that another reader in turn takes it, reads it and leaves it somewhere. These readers talk about where they found the book and where they then left it on FrenchWeb. Thus, the journey of the work throughout its route is described.


Whilst you are reading, copies of The inside story of the Web are perhaps flying from New York to Mumbai, or Paris to Tokyo, waiting to be collected from train seats in Shanghai, on tables of business restaurants in Mexico, in business centers in Moscow, in waiting rooms of Californian businesses, in computer cases…


Just a reminder. The book should move around. Whether you found it in a public park, on a bus, in a fast food, for it to be on the move you should place it somewhere in a public place, preferably in a high-traffic area.


Another practical precision. Think of the rain. This book is like all others and just like you it does not like to get wet. A plastic bag or folder is perfect, provided they are transparent.


To be continued...