How Great Is Cyberspace

Samaras, Thomas
October 1997
21st Century;Oct97, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p13
The author discusses the benefits of the Internet. Internet can help people do more research in one day online than in a month in a library. Internet can also be a source of news and information on sports, hobbies and other topics. It is also believed that the "Devil's Workshop," because of the availability of the web sites that are inappropriate for children.


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