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What does it take to make a responsible journalist, asks Henry F Heald.
A SERIES OF signed commentaries has become a weekly feature on the international website of Initiatives of Change.
The Internet is already changing many people's lives, but the IT revolution is only just starting. Should the world be grateful or worried, asks Mike Lowe.
Michael Smith reports on India's information technology revolution which has turned the nation into a 'software superpower':
Our growing understanding of the forces of nature, and how to harness them, seems to have placed within our grasp almost anything that the human mind can conceive.
What is relatively new is the person in his or her early twenties with no inherited wealth and sometimes no degree, who can earn a six-figure salary within two or three years of starting work. What has wrought this change?