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Whereas the Industrial Revolution attracted workers away from homebased community settings to central locations, the current proliferation of personal computers and asynchronous telecommunications technologies is reversing this trend. By networking employees from different geographical sites...
Digital electronic network and optical storage technologies are revolutionizing publishing. The new technology enables a disaggregation of value and an associated disintegration of production. The dimensions of new information technologies can be explored more carefully by thinking about ten...
Using questions from creators and users of online information, the author explores the interface of copyright and new technology, explains how copyright works in the electronic environment, and identifies some areas of change needed to maintain the balance between the users and creators of...
The rapid advances in computer networking technology in the late 1980s have led to a corresponding increase in locations wishing to participate in computer networks. As more sites adopt a common communication protocol and connect to local networks that may themselves be connected into a national...
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