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Since the Internet got a grip on life some things have been better, but many things are worse and some things are being taken away never to be returned. It's an unequal sort of progress.So here we are, facing changes to what has been part of our culture for hundreds of years.

This section is I-Programmer's reflections on why an e-zine isn't ever a replacement for a magazine and challenges some of our naive assumptions about the way the web works.

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The Social Book Mark

What could possibly replace the role of the popular magazine? Certainly not the e-zine. Perhaps social bookmarking is the answer?

Last Updated on Thursday, 11 February 2010
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The Myth of Search

We all rely on search engines, believing that if information is on the Internet a search will discover it - but is it really so?

Last Updated on Thursday, 11 February 2010
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Value the Gatekeeper
The Internet is democratic, but has achieved this by removing authority over the control of information. Have editors, the gatekeepers of what is readable,  been dumped in the trash can of time?
Last Updated on Thursday, 11 February 2010
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