A Cycle Worth Repeating

For a while in the 1990s, the Internet was referred to as the “information super-highway.” Society was bombarded with new terms like “RAM,” “gig,” “apps,” etc. Those people on the cutting edge thought that was great, but some older people were frightened to death. Young children happily watching Arthur on PBS and Barney videos were suddenly encouraged to interact online, email a pen pal halfway across the globe, and stop collecting DVDs because the same movies could be purchased using …


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