The Information Age/Acknowledgements

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 The Information Age 

PrefaceIntroductionDigital and ICT RevolutionsInformation Knowledge and the New EconomyNew WorkThe Information SocietyGlobalizationThe Digital DivideThe Challenge AheadNotesFurther ReadingContributorsAcknowledgements


Original Acknowledgement[edit]

Shahid Akhtar played a crucial role in making this series a reality. He mooted the idea during our first meeting and provided funding for it. He not only gave important inputs during the writing and publishing phases, but was also very understanding when deadlines were not met.

Mr. Roberto R. Romulo, generous mentor, provided the “enabling environment” that made writing and publishing this series on the Information Economy, Society and Polity a lot easier.

Janet Pearce, Fellow at the Center for Telecoms Management, University of Southern California, and Chris Coward, Director of the Center for Internet Studies, University of Washington, read and critiqued this primer on the information age.

Rudy, Patricia, Joey, Zorah, Edwin and Vicky/Bibi were game enough to undertake the project with me. Margaret Uy readily agreed to be drafted when I needed help.

Patricia Pascual made leading this project less demanding. Katch Nakpil and Shelah Lardizabal provided the critical administrative support during the lifetime of the project. So did Yenny, Nannie, Mel, Evelyn, Kitty, Claire, Myra, Rhiza, Macki, Ruel and Len.

Pat Arinto skillfully copyedited the primers. Jenny Pascual gave the series its look. Reynaldo Lane made sure that we have an online version of the series. Ruth Pison and Veni Ilowa helped fine tune the layout.

The UNDP-APDIP team not only facilitated the project but also provided critical inputs that made the primers better.

Jose Estrella provided the inspiration and the motivation to see this (and other projects) through.

I dedicate this work to my parents.