William B. Badke summarizes the different ideas of how information was brought up. Information was expressed through traditional beliefs, writing, reading, the printing press, books, magazine, and the Internet. When publishers decided to get something publish they made sure it would be something that would interest society and also would be selling. The Internet has become more popular then books. The Internet had made research more quicker then finding books on the shelfs. It would take less time for the internet to be publish then a book would. Badke states, “Not all information is equal.” He questions; if the author has qualification, is the information valid, or how much is there to believe or not believe.
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