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The journey through Cyberspace

Others | Jun 10, 1996

The whole world opens up as India hooks up to the information highway.
f you are using the phrase, ‘International Information Superhighway’ and thinking how erudite you sound, forget it. It’s already a no-no, a cliche, a has-been of a catch phrase. How, you blink, did that happen, when you had hardly begun to understand how to spell it? Well, you shouldn’t have blinked.
That’s about how long it takes for a concept to originate, catch on and peter out in cyberspace (soon to be another cliche).

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