We are truly in the midst of a great global cultural revolution that has an impact on everyone. It is called variously “the digital revolution” or “the information age.” What is the impact of today’s digital technology that offers us such great benefits and on the other hand, such dire threats? Wilson’s guests on Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition are Don Rush, Adam Wood, and Randall Cone. Don Rush is Associate Program Director- Sr. Producer News and Public Affairs; at Delmarva Public Radio; Adam Wood, is Chairman of the Department of English at Salisbury University, and Chair of the Committee on Academic Freedom, and Tenure; and Randall Cone is Associate Professor of Math and Computer Science at the University. The program will look at the information age or digital revolution in four broadcasts spread throughout the year. Today's program offers an overview of the digital revolution and its impact on our culture and the world. The second program, to air in the spring, will focus on digital technology and how it has changed our economy and the global economy as well. The third program will consider the impact of digital technology on our politics, and then the last program will focus on digital technology and the future; where artificial intelligence and where it might lead us, and how to use digital technology to support public purpose goals designed to sustain and nurture human communities.