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            Everyone refers to the age we now live in as the Age of
Information (at least, nearly everyone).  Is there any agreed upon year
when our so-called "Age of Information" began?  I have been using c.1975
as a starting point.



Ed Nizalowski, SMS

Newark Valley High School

Newark Valley, NY


"For all the chatter about the Age of Information, what we are really
entering is the Age of Biology, and it is bigger than anything we can
imagine. . . . . We didn't invent nature.  Nature invented us.  Nature
bats last, as the saying goes, but even more important, it's her playing
field.  We would be wise to learn the ground rules and how to play them.


Ken Ausubel, Ed.  Nature's Operating Instructions.  [from his



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