PART 6 OF A CONTINUING SERIES WITH INTRODUCTION

Astounding, mundane, pornographic, democratic, exhibitionist, voyeuristic--the Internet is all these things. No one site can be so described, but the lines between sites become meaningless to the searcher who scans from Australia to Austria without even being conscious of it. Marshall McCluhan's global village implodes so that now the entire planet seems to fit in my shirt pocket; computer screens transfix us as if we were children with new magnifying glasses.

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