The articles in this section of the website demonstrate the sociological effect technological advancements have had on global cities such as Toronto. As technology changes, people change.

"Virtual Volunteerism" by CHRISTL DABU

"Teenagers stay well-connected through cell phones, and by e-mailing and instant messaging on the Web" by Bret Begun (Newsweek, December 10, 2001)

"Telework: The AT&T Experience" by Dr. Braden Allenby (a speech presented for US congress, March 22, 2001)

"Internet Gender Gap Remains in Canada" by Michael Pastore (CyberAtlas, April 9, 2001)

"Next Frontiers: The New Entertainment" by N'Gai Croal (Newsweek, December 10, 2001)

"The End of Snail Mail?" by Steven Levy (Newsweek, October 13, 2001)

"Wireless World" by Steven Levy (Newsweek, December 10, 2001)

"Internet is easy but not so enjoyable" (eMarketer, February 8, 2002)

"Global online population still growing" (eMarketer, February 5, 2002)

"Canadian families love their PCs" (CyberAtlas, February 1, 2002)

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