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The Internet has transformed the world and the way people think about the world. Whether you believe that the Internet is not just providing information about the world, but also making available the means to understand it, or that a million monkeys at a million keyboards can produce the complete works of Shakespeare (and thanks to the Internet, we now know that’s not true) – the Internet will certainly not be the last word in communications technology.

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