We are now deep into the second decade of the World Wide Web. It was our hope that when our leaders were finally ready to change things, they would consider a new perspective.he writes harking back to earlier claims that
1.Our news systems are not good enough,
2.They don’t engage everyone,
3.We need alternatives.
The hard part is ahead of us: that is, involving every aspect of our communities in this issue, governments, nonprofits, traditional media, schools, universities, libraries, churches, social groups — and, especially, citizens themselves.