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Will the books as we know them cease to exist In the future will children know what books are Plain books in paper Will they remember them Many think not because the computer is taking slowly over our lives Soon every thing will be connected to one big network they say Personally I have doubts Yes the computer is becoming more and more part of our everyday life but we will not stop printing books I dont think anybody prefers to read a novel on a computer screen No to have a solid book between your hands is still the best Schools for instance will they stop buying books for educational usage Will they become dependent on the Internet CD-ROM technology and other forms of information sources This has been a big issue in the US The Clinton administration wants the Internet in every classroom OK so there is a lot of information out there good and bad but will this project save money The Internet is still in an early stage and very unstable Remember the information out there can not be controlled And what is the point If you need information about wildlife in Africa Would you search the Net and use an hour to sort out all the 3456667 documents it found Or you could use an Encyclopedia to find it within a few minutes This is only one example of things Ive seen Im not saying that the Internet or computers are bad or that schoolchildren shouldnt use them but that we must not forget about all the millions of books out there Instead of using tax money on the Internet why dont they use the same money on public libraries and encourage kids to read and enjoy books Learn them to let their imagination go anywhere they want My second example is about the use of paper in books Have you ever seen an business man sign a contract on
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