Jefferson. Moose. Internet.
Using the ever-curious Thomas Jefferson as a guide, and the story of the moose carcass the then-minister to France had installed in his Parisian residence as a launching pad, author David G. Post explores the "natural history" of the Internet in his new book, In Search of Jefferson's Moose. The author is Jefferson and the Internet is the vast and largely undiscovered new world in the book published by Oxford University Press.