What is most needed in the age of information?

It's been called an uninhibited rush of independent individuals—pioneers—into unknown territory, hoping to find great riches. A description of the global rush to the Internet? Perhaps. But actually it's a description of the California gold rush in the mid-1800s. These days, it's as though someone shouted, "There is a wealth of knowledge to be found on the information highway!" And from all corners of the world the rush is underway—to get on-line!

Even if you aren't staking a claim on the "Net," your life has probably been touched by other technological developments in the age of information. Faxes, cellular phones, not to mention radio and television, Also, many databases, university libraries, and public records are accessible to just about anyone, anywhere, anytime.

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