Monday, April 2, 2007

everyplace is everyplace else.

Here in Kansas. Could be md or pa. must technology and culture always homogenize place?


Bruce Mason said...

Then again, I wouldn't mind betting that this is a view that is time-based. In 30 years, this will look very specific to its time.

The Speeker said...

Totally. We homogenize when we can have two-way exchanges of information (not just sending info forward in time). As Douglas Adams observes, if time travel were possible, every time would look like every other. I wonder why it has to be two-way? Why do we change even though we know what the past was? Why not stick to what worked then?