Eddie and Sue Arthur

The Wonder of The Web

Ace web designer and podcaster, Paul Boag has just written a great piece on why the Web is wonderful.

I have friends in every corner of the globe. Some I have met, some I probably never will. I also read blogs from people in an even greater selection of countries. The web connects us. The web turns those in other countries into real people.

Its hard to demonize a nation when you know some of its people. The web does that. It wipes away prejudice and creates a global community. To be honest I don’t feel British anymore. Sure, I live in England but I am part of a bigger community. One that ignores national barriers and political squabbles over geographical territory. Somehow borders feel pointless when you are on the web. (read more)

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3 Comments on “The Wonder of The Web

  1. So true. This is what I like about blogging, facebook and twitter: so many connections, so many barriers tumbling down. Thanks Eddie πŸ™‚

  2. Just taking a break from looking at how to encourage better networking across 50 plus organisations or at least between people in them. A few more connections still to be made, a few more barriers to overcome but I do actually believe that the world and corporate cultures are changing!

    • I look forward to you all catching us up, Peter πŸ™‚

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