TitleRadio and the Internet: A Study in the Development of New Communications Technology
Uniform TitleAlabama Librarian
PublisherAlabama Library Association
NameWomack, Ryan (author),
History of Technology
DescriptionIn its time, radio was a radical new technology. Radio's technological development, the speculation about its impact, and its ultimate use as a communications tool show striking parallels to the rise of the Internet. This paper traces these parallels and develops insight into the factors that shape the development and use of new communication technologies.
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CollectionWomack Ryan Collection
Organization NameRutgers, The State University of New Jersey
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