Internt+ Age, Definition

Updated June 11, 2020

The Internet+ Age is the time, beginning about 2007, when the Internet plus attendant hardware (for example,, smartphones, sensors) and software (such as, Google, the cloud) dominate all aspects of life, fundamentally and continuously altering all relationships, activities, and institutions.

About George Beam

I'm an educator and author. The perspectives that inform my interpretations of the topics of this blog are behaviorism and system analysis. Specific interests include American politics, socioeconomic issues, survey research, and effects of the Internet and attendant hard- and software. I'm Associate Professor Emeritus, Department of Public Administration, Affiliated Faculty, Department of Political Science, University of Illinois at Chicago.
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