Radical Democratization

The people who developed the personal computer considered it a device of radical democratization from its inception. It was a way to open levels of symbolic transformation, and the work and information that went with them, to people hitherto shut out from this world.

— Richard A. Lanham, The Electronic Word (1993): 108.

Lanham

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