I'm often amazed at how much I learn while I'm online.
An article in today's local paper noted that the City of Philadelphia is considering taking on the costs of setting up the whole City for wireless connections to the web, at low or no cost for residents and visitors to the city.
One of the justifications for the move is that it would be much cheaper to do that than it would be to build a small library, and many more people would benefit from the access.
I think it's a great idea.
But how beneficial is web access? How much of a difference will it make to peoples' lives if they can just surf the web where ever they will? When ever they want?
A post over at DonnaM's blog looks at going online and 'Wasting' time looking for information. I've come to the same conclusion as Donna.
When I go online looking for the answer to a specific question, I don't always find the answer. But most of the time, I do learn something useful.