Uncategorized | March 15, 2005

The Internet undeniably continues to change and re-shape the way we gather, process, and move information. The presence of websites such as our own, providing an online presence for a traditionally paper-and-ink literary journal, serves as just one small example. In “Living in a Google World,” Liz Langemak, an intern at the Missouri Review, examines the growing influence of Google as well as its attempts to establish itself, both inside and outside of academia, as a source of reliable information.

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