Are the guardians of national boundaries beginning to look pathetic?

Commenting on the post about the Google Dilemma, The Other Gardener said: "There is very little that can be said to be “essential about national boundaries” now that the genie is out of the lamp. I think the guardians of these boundaries, including the academics, will always lag behind. They are already beginning to look … Continue reading Are the guardians of national boundaries beginning to look pathetic?

The Google Dilemma. National Differences and Cross-Cultural Theory

"Good enough for our transatlantic friends ... but unworthy of the attentions of practical or scientific men." Good enough for our transatlantic friends? This was the verdict of a British Parliamentary Committee , on the implications of Thomas Edison's new electric lamp, which had been patented in the US in 1879. In the gloom of … Continue reading The Google Dilemma. National Differences and Cross-Cultural Theory