To Our Readers, Mar. 1, 1995

TIME journalists, like most of their kind, are used to gathering facts from a variety of sources around the world. But reporting for this special issue on the cyberrevolution has been unusual. In addition to asking many outside experts about the impact of information technology on society, we found ourselves turning inward to tap the many experienced sources within our own company -- indeed within our own magazine. Not only is Time Warner Inc., TIME's parent company, involved in a wide range of multimedia projects -- such as the creation of a pioneering interactive television system in Orlando, Florida, and the...

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