Piller, Charles
October 1994
Macworld;Oct94, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p96
Focuses on a public opinion survey on the information superhighway industry. Intended use of networks for information access; Assumption of executives; Vision of net builders; Views of consumers; Lack of support for user-to-user interaction; Failure of interactive television; Government legislation; Predictions.


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