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From the Paper:"The 1990's is a decade which will be historically marked both for its features of exponential economic growth and a momentous expansion in our technological capabilities as a civilization. Chief among the catalysts for both of these watershed trends would be the inception of the internet into the mainstream economic, society and culture of America and the world. It would prove to be an incredibly powerful and empowering means through which we could communicate, interact and conduct commerce. This latter capacity would prove essential to shaping the way that we shop and the way that we live. By the turn of the century, the internet had become an assumptive aspect of most businesses, evolving from an obscure fad used in the public sector mostly for frivolous communicative exchanges to a necessary vehicle for businesses to succeed in a competitive consumer market."
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