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  • Kathy Harris - Important to understand why your internet is so darn expensiveI find it interesting that of the last 27 one star reviews, exactly 20 of them were first time reviewers, one paragraph, and most with a simple first name. Hmmm. 7 seemed to be legitimate one star reviews.

    I agree that the book is repetitive and dry. However, it is important to know why in the next 10 or so years the "haves" will have access to information, trade, and knowledge while the "have nots" will not. As schools are trying to deal with smaller budgets, as students are expected to buy expensive textbooks tied to the publishing industrial complex, and as students are needing more diverse learning - the internet will become more and more required like the telephone of the 80s.