The town without television
A webcomic about research carried out in the early 1970s in Canada.
In 1973, Tannis and her UBC colleagues learned about a fascinating town in the east of British Columbia. It was a town that, despite being typical in every other way, lacked television reception because of its position among the Rocky Mountains. Its status as a town without television was unique and anachronistic, given that most of the rest of the country had been viewing television since the 1950s.
No Part 3 yet, wrapping up the story: the artist is working on it.
Is it too late to hope for a similar study of a town without Internet access?