This book is definitely on my reading list. Not only did they talk to the “digital natives” as research for their work, but they acknowledged the label’s limited scope. Either way, their succinct introduction contains a lot of the reasons why I’m interested in public policy concerning the Internet and information.
I'm just a college student who is inDiginous to the web. Here are my thoughts.
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