Nick Baker is planning to travel from internet café to internet café all around the world.
He’ll be visiting a worldwide web of destinations - talking to people in each cafe to find out why they're there and who they're communicating with online.
He plans to turn their virtual communication into reality by travelling to meet the person at the other end of the email.
It is a journey that will connect people, stories and places.
Nick will be starting his travels at the end of October in London, at the geographically 'first' internet cafe in the world - zero longitude in Greenwich.
But Nick wants your help to decide his future destinations.
Do you have an interesting internet café story? Can you suggest any unusual internet cafes that Nick should visit? Get in touch and let us know. Email us at: click
If it's on his way, Nick might drop in.
Find out about Nick's journey on his website - click
You'll be able to contact Nick via his blog and Twitter feed, and as he travels he'll be using these to stay in touch.
Later this year Nick will broadcast two half hour documentaries on the BBC World Service about his journey and the stories of the people he meets.
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