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The Internet Is Changing Everything August 31, 2009

Posted by Michael in Economics, Food, Politics.
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Anyone can connect to all the information, and all the markets, that the world has to offer.

Check out Nong Pai, Thailand.

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In case you missed it, there is more about the rewards and risks of the internet here:  The Revolution Is Now.

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1. Vmaximus - August 31, 2009

Nose
Max’s Nose

2. Michael - September 1, 2009

It’s nice that these poor people can now keep up with family members sold for internet sex slavery.

3. Michael - September 1, 2009

^

That was a first-time visitor, not me.

4. reason - September 2, 2009

Can we keep him?

5. Michael, now Michael the Second - September 2, 2009

I was here once before.

6. BrewFan - September 2, 2009

Are you our old friend Michael from the Schizophrenia thread?

7. Michael the Second - September 3, 2009

No, but I have been known to login to a site 2 or 3 times as different people and argue with myself. But that’s more like multiple personality disorder with a dash of bi-polar. Schizophrenia would be like posting to comment that aren’t really there.

8. Mrs. Peel - September 3, 2009

No, but I have been known to login to a site 2 or 3 times as different people and argue with myself.

Well, Michael the First does that too, so you’re in good company.


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