Monday, March 01, 2004

In Telecommunications and the City, they discuss the myth of universal telephone service. This includes the wide acception that telephones are universal in households and they are "anonymous objects," taken for granted as part of the everyday environment. I believe that this is a position now taken over by computers and the Internet. The internet has infiltrated our lives and society, but we must maintain the fact that computers and the Internet are not universal, instead they are still a unit of priviledge.

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