A fight with(out) the inventor of the web
Technology writer Nicole Ferraro finds the one person who can't be contacted on the world wide web: its inventor.
“He was literally virtually unreachable.”
Photo by Danielle Samantha Marks
Writer and editor
Nicole Ferraro is a writer and editor living in New York City. Her creative non-fiction essays have appeared in The New York Times, Our Town, New York Press, Mr. Beller's Neighborhood, and The Frisky. As a self-proclaimed socially anxious weirdo, she typically performs only for her bathroom mirror but has on occasion emerged from her basement apartment to tell her stories at Cornelia Street Cafe, Happy Ending Lounge, and Telephone Bar. By day she is the executive editor of InternetEvolution.com, where she writes a column about the future of the Internet.