To Our Readers

THE GROWTH CURVE of technology is a bit shy of straight up. Advancements in microprocessing over the years have fueled the development of everything from coffee makers to cell phones to a booming economy sector. Web sites, e-mail, cars with on-board computers, laptops, electronic banking, you name it. The world as we knew it has changed.

Some are wondering if the high-tech engine that's driving all this change is racing out of control. Many people work more hours than ever before, especially since fax machines and e-mail now stretch office time into the home. Some who believed they would eventually have lots of leisure time on their hands are wondering when they can take a vacattion or even get to household chores.

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