“The Internet has redefined the practice of journalism in the ’90s. After an initial knee-jerk of technophobia, reporters and editors everywhere have assimilated e-mail messaging and scouring the World Wide Web into their daily routines. As a result, not only have they radically changed how they communicate with each other and with their sources, but they have also increased the amount and breadth of research they do for their stories, and vastly expanded the reach of their work as it is instantly distributed around the globe.”