He sees the potential of simple interventions as well as high tech ones, and the need to be open to new ideas wherever they come from.
Amen to that, and for all my own hesitations, I still found Thank You for Being Late a thoughtful, generous, and hopeful reflection on the state of our world. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
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Book review: Thank you for being late, by Thomas L Friedman – The Earthbound Report
But Borders could never get out of the hole that its inefficient business practices had put itself in. Borders was a bookstore, but over the years it morphed into a multipurpose entertainment retailer. In the s, it invested heavily in CD sales. Bad move: Around then, people stopped buying CDs as they began buying iPods instead.