First, with satellite uplink, we experienced reverse information flow in the 90’s.
Then the Internet, with Information without borders e.g. tweeting from Iran post-election .
I can’t see why kids cannot sell cookies online to raise money for school, or Trick-or-Treat online .
The digital natives will see no bound. Obviously, they were born and are growing up with “surround sound” and Cloud.
To them, uploading means sharing something personal without the World Wide Wait dial-up speed.
It’s not just broadband. It’s their mentality, as Steve Johnson puts it in his latest book
(see NYT article today on history of innovation) which resides in the fourth quadrant…
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