Newsweek is set to publish a book titled “A book that explains the Internet,” according to the publisher.
The book, entitled “Internet: A Book About the Internet” by David S. Pizarro and Matthew T. Walsch, will hit shelves July 26, and the title is being written by the authors, who have previously published “An Insider’s Guide to the Internet: A Memoir.”
The book is the third book in the “Internet” series.
Pizzarro is a former editor at Time magazine and author of “The Web: Inside the Next Big Thing.”
Walscher is a tech journalist at Business Insider and former editor of “Digital Trends.”
They both also wrote books about technology, including “I Am The Internet,” “The Internet: Why It Matters” and “The World’s Most Memorable Internet Moments.”
The title of the book is “The Book That explains the Web.”
Newsweek says it plans to “release more books, as the Internet continues to evolve, and it’s a pleasure to be able to contribute to the continuing exploration of this extraordinary new phenomenon.”