Monica Westin

Monica Westin is a librarian, Wikipedian, and open water swimmer based in London. She’s currently researching the invention of the computer mouse and other midcentury pointing devices designed to help users to “go inside” computer screens.

Monica’s first memory of the internet is reading news headlines on Lexis Nexis in 1988.
The last book she recommended was Assembly by Natasha Brown.
A skill she’d like to learn is British Sign Language.

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