The database paradox: Unlimited information and the false blessing of 'objectivity'

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Title: The database paradox: Unlimited information and the false blessing of 'objectivity'
Author: Suber, Peter
Citation: Peter Suber, The database paradox: Unlimited information and the false blessing of 'objectivity', 10 Library Hi Tech, no. 4, 51-57 (1992). Revised in "Teaching in a blizzard of information," Issues in Science and Technology 5, no. 4, 29-31 (July 1989), and "How teachers teach, how students learn: Teaching in a blizzard of information," in Teaching and Technology: The Impact of Unlimited Information Access on Classroom Teaching, 67-74 (Evan Farber 1991).
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