Updated 14 January, 2010
Mexico | Happenings on the Mountain | Gallery of Light and Shadow | Javier Alarcon
This cyberspace we are all now so engrossed in has the potential to be a tremendous asset. The resources available to the masses through a web connection are overwhelming to most, but provide information on any subject at our fingertips. Some of the information is absolutely true, some sites and 'information' contain only lies and misguidance. Should we censor this information? For the children, just like television, the censorship should be in the form of parental guidance and control. And, like television, cyberspace can be a tremendous waste of time, very misleading, and horribly frightening.
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