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In his recent book, "The World is Flat", Thomas L. Friedman reviews the impact of networks on globalization. The emergence of the Internet, web browsers, computer applications talking to each other through the Internet, and the open source software, among others, made the world flatter and created an opportunity for individuals to collaborate and compete globally. Friedman predicts that "connecting all the knowledge centers on the planet together into a single global network... could usher indoi:10.1080/14649055.2008.10766187 fatcat:owtta7a2tfapxgqo3p4tjjruay