Archive: The Internet is Here to Stay

Studio 2

Millions of people are constantly surfing the net looking for a place to land. The net is here to stay. But after the hype what are we really left with? Steve talks with two people who spend a lot of time on-line. Cory Doctorow, who produces home pages for the WWW, and Bill Washburn of Meklermedia, a Conneticut-based firm that organizes North America's largest internet trade shows.
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