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Andrew Blum's keynotes offer audiences a fascinating discussion on the Internet and the different ways it impacts the lives of humans. Blum is an experienced writer and editor, having worked for an impressive list of publications and online magazines including Wired Magazine, Metropolis Magazine, BusinessWeek and Urban Omnibus.
His first book called 'Tubes: A Journey to the Center of the Internet' was published in 2012 and explores the physical makings of the Internet all over the world, from Nova Scotia to Africa.
Blum received his BA in English from Amherst College and then his MA in Geography from the University of Toronto. Andrew Blum's keynotes reflect his experience within in the field of journalism and present audiences with an unusual but fascinating way to examine the Internet.
Featured Keynote - The Physical World Wide Web
Andrew Blum's Internet Keynote Speech Explores the Net as an Object
Journalist Andrew Blum presents an insightful and thought-provoking Internet keynote speech. Perplexed by the idea that the Internet is really nothing more than a screen, he set out to discover the... Read More