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The New God that is Information
by Sharbaaniranjan Kundu
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  The information society has anointed a new god called Information.

Information is now peddled with impunity.

Of course information was always a very important tool.
One could smear a person of disliking with false information
and attain one's objectives.

Relay of information was always frought with the danger of falsification.
Now, information technology and the media have deified information.

Has any one realised how much time a man spends
on purported important information
and denial of public perception on a daily basis?

Written word, once considered so authentic
has now become babble of the ambitious,
moulding opinion, perceptions, et al.

Truth is like a potters' clay at the hands of information denizens.
Moral, ethics and prevalent social paradigms is in their hands
and Machiavellian techniques are having a field day.
Truth is what I consider as truth.
Lies can be decked up
and paraded in full glamour.
The prime adage after all is
I must live a fruiful life!
Who cares for the morrow
and values eternal!
 
November 15 ,2011
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