Don Flournoy

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In the title of this book, a remarkable accent is given to the concept of network society, currently an object of intensive study everywhere. The authors view network society from the perspective of those societies busily constructing these networks. It should be noted that M. Castels, author of The Rise of Network Society, used instead of the term "(More)
Being able to connect high-speed computing and other information technologies into broadband communication networks presents local communities with some of their best chances for renewal. Such technologies are now widely perceived to be not just a nice amenity among corporations and such non-profit organizations as universities but a social and economic(More)
A multinational mission architecture is proposed as a way to start development of global space solar power (SSP) industry. Solar power generated on the International Space Station (whose orbit is roughly 400 km above the Earth) will be converted to millimeter waves and beamed to ground receivers located in five or more nations, providing measurements of(More)
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