March 25, 1992
Advocate of Technology Sees Movement in Its Infancy
The information age will not arrive until technology becomes easier to use, according to Mitchell Kapor, president of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which works to influence public policy on computer technology.
"Computers are still enormously difficult to use," he told librarians and other information specialists at a meeting of the Federal Library and Information Center Committee in Washington last week.
"We've made tremendous strides in the past 15 years in making more