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“Although sophisticated electronics gadgets are making the world appear smaller, distance should not die,” said computer guru Darl Kolb earlier this week at NJIT. Kolb, a visiting professor from the University of Auckland Business School, New Zealand, championed redefining the notion of distance as the electronic world changes lives.  UPS Information Services, Mahwah, funded the lecture series sponsored by NJIT's College of Computing Sciences. “Improvements in communication technology cannot completely overcome human needs for personal space, privacy and disconnections from others,” Kolb said. >>
Darl G. Kolb, PhD, senior lecturer and group leader of the Organizational Change and Innovation postgraduate concentration at the University of Auckland Business School, will discuss "Redefining Distance: Toward a Theory of Dense Connectivity" at a seminar hosted by NJIT's Department of Information Systems on June 20, 1–2:30 pm, GITC Building, Room 3730. Contact: Roxanne Hiltz, PhD, >>