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…

 


Paris

 

Initially left at the Tour Eiffel, close to the lift, the book The inside story of the Web quickly move toward the west side of Paris.

 

It was picked up by Mathieu who kindly sent us an e-mail (given that who invite the readers to do it at the end of the book) and pointed out that he had left his copy of Web 69 in Levallois Perret, a suburb of Paris. 

 

Then, Stéphanie found the book The inside story of the Web  read it in a couple of days, before to cast it down inside the metro station Goncourt, in the eighteenth district of Paris. 

 

At this time, someone else is maybe reading the book. Who is he? What does he look like? His this person a man or a woman? Will he leave the book The inside story of the Web somewhere in Paris, in the next weeks?

 

To be continued...

 

 

New York

 

Its a real zigzag course that the New Yorkers are making enjoying to the book The inside story of the Web

 

At the beginning, the book The inside story of the Web had been laid down in the heart of Broadway. Later, Mike left it in Morningside Heights.

 

Mike specially appreciated the chapter titled The wheel.

 

More recently, Andrea left the book in Metropolitan Avenue.

 

Thank you Andrea for his enthusiastic e-mail and for having played the game of the launch of the book.

To be continued...

 

 

London

 

The course of the book The inside story of the Web is starting slower in London.

To start, the book had been left on the edge of the Thames, between Waterloo and Westminster districts. Taylor left it at Clapham Road in the Vauxhall area.

Taylor enjoyed the chapter titled Baby foot management.

This is in Clapham Road, in Vauxhall, that Kelly found and took away the book The inside story of the Web.  Then, she gave it up in the subway, during a journey between Covent Garden and Fleet Street.

To be continued...


 

Hong Kong

The book The inside story of the Web had been left initially in Hong Kong in the district of Central Hong Kong.

Chen left it in the most visited subway station of the city : Tsim Sha Tsui.

Chen merely like the chapter titled Strategy in the Chinese way (Stratégie à la chinoise, en français).

We thank a lot Chen, for his e-mail and for having been contributive to the launch of the book in China. Chan laid down the book later in the eastern part of Tsim Sha Tsui. Then, Li put down the book between Nort Point and Causeway Bay.

To be continued...


 

Delhi

 

To begin, the book The inside story of the Web was placed in the heart of New Delhi, at Connaught Place, on a public bench. Later, the book was recovered at the Delhi University North Campus where Nikhil had left it.

Nikhil more specifically appreciated the chapter titled Web Psychoanalysis (Psychanalyse du Web, in French).

A big thank you to Nikhil, for his encouraging words and for having been part of the launch of Web 69 in India.

Later, Kumar recovered the book The inside story of the Web at the Delhi University North Campus. Then he left it on the back seat of a rickshaw of Karampura, between Tri Nagar and Kirti Nagar.

To be continued...

 


Palo Alto


The book The inside story of the Web had been put down between Redwood City and North Fait Oaks.

We have been expecting news for long.

And one day, Eddy paid attention to the book who grab it and read it. Later, Eddy put the book in Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve.

Eddy kindly told us how he appreciated the chapter When Havard invented business romantism (Quand Harvard inventa le business romantism, in French).

Thanks to Eddy, for his nice e-mail and to his contribution to the launch of the book.

To be continued...


 

Rio

 

The book The inside story of the Web was initially left in the south of the city, on the table of a cofee located at Copacabana beach. Luiz found it, read it and made it travel toward the center. If The inside story of the Web is still at the edge of the sea, it is now in the district of Saude.

Luiz soecially appreciated the chapter titled On the other side of the mirror (De l'autre côté du miroir, in French). Thanks to Luiz, for his twitt and for having broadcast the book The inside story of the Web.

This is in the heart of the district of Saude that we heard about the book The inside story of the Web for the last time in Rio. In the continuation, the readers made the book come back close to is starting point, Copacabana beach, but in the district of Leme this time.

To be continued...


 

Moscow

 

At the start, the book The inside story of the Web was left in the center of the Russian city, on a bench in the subway station Kropotkinskaya. Ivan put it down on the edge of the canal, between Kitay-gorod and Tanganskaya, toward Ploshchad Incha.

Ivan enjoyed the chapter titled The 3 Cs of Mr. K... (Les 3 Cs de Mr. K…, in French)We thank Ivan, for his positive comments and for having played the game of the launch of the book The inside story of the Web.

Then, Natalya left the book in a coffee near Sadovoye Koltso, close to Chistye prudy. On his side, Natalya specially appreciated the chapter titled On/Off.

Later, Natcasha left The inside story of the Web on a bench in the subway station Prospekt Mira. Natasha liked Web tragedy.

To be continued...


 

Dubaï

 

The book The inside story of the Web was initially put down in a place under the center of the city, in Za' abeel. Will we find back the book The inside story of the Web in the famous Palm Jumeirah. No ! Mohayad left it at the International City Phase.

Mohayad specially enjoyed the chapter titled Backstage.

Thank to Mohayad, for his post of the last week and for having spread the book and having be part of the word of mouth.

Most recently, Akbar left it in the south of d'Al Warqa district, along Al Awir Road. Thank you Akbar.

To be continued...


 

Sydney

 

At the beginning, the book was left in the heart of the city of Sydney, between Ashfield and Surry Hills. It sounds as if Joshua wanted to take off The inside story of the Web and gave it up à Port Jackson, under Mosman.

Joshua specialy appreciated the chapter Chi Fu Mi.

A big thank to Joshua, for his multiple twitt and for his contribution to the positive buzz around the book.

The book The inside story of the Web  then, arrived in the district of Earlwood where Ryan put it down. Ryan mainly liked the chapter tittled Innovate differently (Innover différemment, en Français). Thank you Ryan.

Later, Emily left it between Prestons and Macquarre Fields. Emily kindly told us how she liked The Y virus (Le virus Y, in French). Thanks to Emily.

To be continued...


 

Etc.

 

And the book The inside story of the Web is continuing its travel all around the world.

 

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...