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Informatics, Volume 1, Issue 3 (December 2014) – 1 article , Pages 190-195

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Editorial
Thinking about The Information Age
Informatics 2014, 1(3), 190-195; https://doi.org/10.3390/informatics1030190 - 16 Dec 2014
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In late October 2014, a new exhibition opened at The Science Museum in London. Titled “The Information Age: Six Networks That Changed Our World” [1], the exhibition received widespread publicity when it was opened by Queen Elizabeth who used this as the opportunity [...] Read more.
In late October 2014, a new exhibition opened at The Science Museum in London. Titled “The Information Age: Six Networks That Changed Our World” [1], the exhibition received widespread publicity when it was opened by Queen Elizabeth who used this as the opportunity to send her first tweet, using the account @BritishMonarchy.[...] Full article
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