Interactive multimedia and information infrastructure receive a lot of attention in the press, but what do they really mean for society? What are the most significant and enduring innovations? What does the convergence of digitally based technologies mean for U.S. businesses and consumers? This book presents an overview of the exciting but much-hyped phenomenon of digital convergence.
Table of Contents
|2 Trends and Directions||15-39|
|3 Societal Implications||40-64|
|4 Promoting Competitiveness: Policy Issues and Obstacles||65-87|
|Apendix A Colloquium Participants||97-102|
|Appendix B Colloquium Agenda||103-104|
|Appendix C Follow-up Interviews||105-105|
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