Gopnik, Adam
March 2003
New Yorker;3/3/2003, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p32
Discusses constant topics in Internet chat rooms in the U.S. Use of the “Listening Post”, a machine capable of probing all Internet chat rooms and has the ability to create phrases from random sentences; Anxiety of people over national security; Prevalence of sex talk on the Internet.


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