Remember life before the Internet? Produced in 1994, this show gives an early analysis of information equity issues surrounding the ‘Net that still plague us today. The show is an examination of the need for a policy that guarantees public access to the information superhighway: new computer networks and information resources are sprouting up all over the globe as new users continue to redefine and cultivate the communications landscape. Schools, community groups, local governments and individuals are creating digital gardens where we all can sow the seeds of our communications future. This show examines how the paths connecting our digital gardens must be protected from the gates of private interest by a policy which should nurture public communications.
1994 TRT: 28 minutes #247