Critical to the rhetoric surrounding the information highway is the promise of a renewed sense of community and, in many instances, new types and formations of community. Computer-mediated communication, it seems, will do, by way of electronic pathways, what cement roads were unable to do: namely, connect us rather than atomize us, put as at the controls of a 'vehicle' and yet not detach us from the rest of the world. (Jones, 1995: 11)


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