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Nightline: Revolution In A Box #648516

ABC Special for Monday, Nov 24, 1997

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  • Live discussion between Forrest Sawyer (ABC) and technology author Esther Dyson re: the importance of computer skills for employment.
  • Taped segments with Deborah Amos (ABC), Josephina Ortiz, teacher Paul Reese, high school student Venso Vasquez, Boston (Massachusetts) community computer center co-director David Cavallo, Seymour Patrick of MIT, elementary school student Ben Lazzard, Tripod founder/CEO Bo Peabody, Tripod Research and Development VP Ethan Zuckerman, Tripod Producer Margaret Gould Stewart, Tripod Communications Director Kara Berklich, Tripod Production Manager Dick Wilde, Employease co-founders John Olberg and John Mail, training program project manager Brett McDowell, and unidentified others.

  • Reporter(s):
    Amos, Deborah

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