When IBM introduced the first desktop computer in 1975, it offered reliable, authentic instant information, something never before available to mankind.


Think about it.  Prior to computers, humans gathered information from each other, ancient manuscripts, and the world around them. Then books were invented.  From scholarly tomes to fiction novels, books were long paragraphs and weighty pages.


When TheDogPlace.org launched in 1998, people could still absorb long sentences. Then came "sound bites" on TV and a new phenomenon called social media with limited line-length.


The NetPlaces Network gives you both, in-depth information and a visual sound-bite that is Instant Information. Welcome to ii the best of both worlds.

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