Pandora's box

Birkmaier, Craig
October 2008
Broadcast Engineering;Oct2008, Vol. 50 Issue 10, p16
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the impact of Internet Protocol (IP), created as a new means by which communication is simplified from the one-on-one intimacy of electronic mail to the mass appeal of services. It states that IP can support the few-to-many culture of broadcasting, the many-to-many culture of social networking and the ability to deliver an optimized experience for an individual. It reveals that IP provides individuals with access to all that is good and bad about humanity.


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