The Digital Revolution with Nicholas Negroponte offers a thought-provoking glimpse of the post-information age where bits are more important than atoms. Digital transmissions that are instantaneous and inexpensive move information around the globe at the speed of light. Negroponte, founder of the MIT Media Lab, has some interesting things to say about the future of radio and television, the versatility of CD-ROMs, and high-tech computers which in the future will serve as "digital butlers." This media wizard's prognostications about the upcoming digital era are worth your consideration.