Hold on ...let's think LO11556

John Zavacki (jzavacki@wolff.com)
Tue, 24 Dec 1996 07:27:18 -0500

Replying to LO11539 --

In her note on technology, Diana raises an interesting point:
> What if the electricity went out and all of a sudden we had to
> depend on our local communities for information and our own brains for
> creativity. Would we still have the ability to depend on ourselves after
> years of technological tutoring and dependence?

If the electricity goes off (as in Armageddon) we won't be thinking much
about research. If it goes off (as in electrical storm) we'd be more
prudent to wait until the storm ends and the power is returned before
getting in the way of the utility crews. If it's permanent, like the man
in the Twilight Zone, you'll likely have all of the books in the world to
yourself...don't break your glasses!!!

John Zavacki
The Wolff Group

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