Only Connect: Shaping Networks and Knowledge for the New Millennium

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Only Connect: Shaping Networks and Knowledge for the New Millennium


Wiley, Deborah Lynne, Online


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Only Connect: Shaping Networks and Knowledge for the New Millennium

by Trevor Haywood

ISBN: 1857392167; Published: 1999 Pages: 330; hardcover; Price: L35.00

Available from: Bowker-Saur, East Grinstead House, Windsor Court, East Grinstead, West Sussex RH19 1XA, UK; +44(0)1342 326972; http://www.bowker-saur.co.uk.

After delving into the intricacies and minutia of making your digital library a success, take a step back with this book to look at your work in a global and timeless context. In the course of human events, what does it all matter?

The basic premise is that we are all working towards a state of connectedness. How we connect and why we connect varies over time and context, but the driving force is basically the same. Combining historical perspective with current technologies, the author does an excellent job of examining our current state of connectivity, with some insights for future developments.

We are often caught up in technology. How many machines or communication mechanisms do we use in a day? The goal of eliminating time and space constraints drives us to instant communications and analysis. Yet communications failures are still at the heart of most disasters today. …

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