Scenic re-creations, media presentations, thousands of artifacts, graphics and more trace the information age’s roots. Coined by Richard Leghorn in 1960, “information age” described a particularly American string of innovations, often built upon concepts adopted from European thinkers.

Scenic re-creations, media presentations, thousands of artifacts, graphics and more trace the information age’s roots. Coined by Richard Leghorn in 1960, “information age” described a particularly American string of innovations, often built upon concepts adopted from European thinkers.

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