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March 12, 2007


Ewan McIntosh

I've long believed the world is incredibly spiky and that, where progress is being made, unless it happens to be in North American soil it goes largely unnoticed. China, Sth Korea, South Africa, Scotland... ;-) I think the answer is we have to plug away in our own local contexts and make our flattening connections little by little. This is an evolution for me and billions of others, not the revolution the world's minority of internet users and bloggers feel they are leading.


Hi Tom
I can really relate to a lot of what you have said.Everywhere is simultaneously global and local.I may well want to quote your "girl on the tractor" to my students to emphasize how lucky they are, though probably it won't help!

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