Wired Detroit 1999

Detroit may have freeways galore, but more people in the metro area are traveling the information highway than ever before. In this, MT's third annual Wired Detroit issue, we look at how people in our part of the world are participating — or not — in an increasingly global community. From those who are leaping ahead, to those who are being left behind, nobody remains untouched by the Internet. Here are some of the implications.

Technical difficulties
by Ann Mullen
Computers can bridge - or widen - the gaps between rich and poor.

Computer kids
by Peter Robins-Brown
Young Internet entrepreneurs are making it big in business.

Downloadable downside
by Chris Handyside
Finding the Web music revolution is harder than they'd have you believe.

Pilot's projects
by Audrey Becker
Technology helps creativity in Detroit's new artistic center.

by George Tysh
Clicking the night fantastic on the Internet.

The wired report
by Adam Druckman
Detroit may be wired, but where do all those wires lead?

Viruses R Us
by Alisa Gordaneer
The Lizard catches a sick sense of humor.

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