Who knows: information in the age of the Fortune 500
This books uses information to reveal the current interconnections between domestic and foreign economic, cultural and political developments in the information sector. It analyzes the international and national factors promoting the development of the emerging information society and exmaines the weaknesses of existing information systems, critiquing their durability, applicability and ultimate desirability.
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