On the road again

"The Wired City," spotted in the gift shop of the Newseum in Washington and tweeted by Kevin Koczwara (http://bit.ly/1iUAYhS).

“The Wired City,” spotted in the gift shop of the Newseum in Washington and tweeted by Kevin Koczwara (http://bit.ly/1iUAYhS).

The Wired City World Tour heats up again with two stops this coming week.

Next Saturday, April 5, I’ll be speaking at the New York Press Association‘s spring convention in Saratoga Springs. It’s not strictly a book event, but I’ll be talking about the future of local news and other themes related to “The Wired City.”

The following day I’ll be at the Morse Institute Library in Natick for a book event sponsored by the Natick Historical Society. It starts at 2:30 p.m. and is open to the public. If you’re in the area, I hope you’ll consider dropping by.

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A 30 percent discount through the end of February

If you’ve been thinking about buying a copy of “The Wired City” but haven’t yet gotten around to it, now would be a good time to send in your order. If you buy any University of Massachusetts Press book directly from the publisher, you’ll receive a 30 percent discount through the end of February.

Buy a copy for Valentine’s Day. What could be more romantic than you and your lover trading passages about the intricacies of Web analytics?

You can find out more about the discount here, and order “The Wired City” here.