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« Unanswered Questions | Main | Global Governance »

September 25, 2004


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Mr. Farlops

As someone just left of center, I have a lot of compliants about globalization but I admit that there really isn't much we can do to stop it. The environment, human rights and labor issues can't simply swept aside with the technological handwaving that some on the right side of the transhuman seem to favor. Globalization is very complicated and seems to defy everyone's thinking about it, especially the thinking of the VIPs who attend Davos. Which is part of reason why I think we can't leave it all to them to decide how it happens.

But even before the arrival of nanotechnology there are some encouraging signs that high technology can find a place in the developing world. In fact, I get the impression that the WorldChanging site (Which CRN mentioned a few entries ago.) talks about nothing else near.

Check it out! It's always good to find technophilic stuff on the left side of the aisle. Sort of reminds me of old days of Whole Earth Review.

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