Saturday, June 20, 2009


What trumps social networks?

Thomas Friedman (World is Flat) has a way of getting us out of ourselves, away from being the center of the world. He's seeing the excitement about the role of social networks in the current turmoil in Iran--and being as supportive. But earlier this week he added a perspective that's not a buzzkill, but does remind us. In his opinion piece, "For Iranian moderates, online networks replace the mosque, " he just lays it out there:
As a child of tear gas in Berkeley, I'm completely behind the idealism, but I appreciate the reality check.

© Arthur Ignacio Consulting 2009
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