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Over more than a decade has the internet provided a seemingly limitless bounty of information readily accessible to the world. However, behind the blur of Internet speed are transformations that go beyond computer desktop: large-scale transformations that have only recently been recognized. The internet has yielded unprecedented effects on the workplace, such as the handicap of person-to-person communication; the crossover of businesses into foreign territory; and the disjointedness of business from workplace demands. It is only now that these effects have been realized: the proliferating idea of the internet as a simple medium for person-to-person communication has masked the Internet’s impact on the landscape of basic workplace practices.