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The Future of the World Wide Web

The Head of MIT's Laboratory for Computer Science, Michael Dertouzos. Fifteen years ago he predicted an "Information Marketplace" like that of the Internet. In his new book, he continues to look ahead to the future of the information age, and how it will affect our lives: "What Will be: How the New World Information Will Change Our Lives."

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Other segments from the episode on April 1, 1997

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, April 1, 1997: Interview with Michael Dertouzos; Review of the "Classics for Dummies" CD-ROM series.

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