This past summer, Byron Center Public Schools in Michigan became the first school district in the country to install a new technology that lets users schedule and manage multiple remote information resources--like internet, DVD, satellite, and distance learning--from a desktop computer through a single graphical interface.

The technology's developer, Innovative Communications Inc. (ICI) of Freeland, Mich., claims to have created "information on demand" with the touch of a computer screen.

"This will be like being able to select and display any piece of information as if it were contained in


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