The world is flat by thomas friedman: presentation at ifc the other side of outsourcing thomas friedman / discovery channel misc notes under construction. Thomas friedman, columnist at the new york times more about this event: license: creative commons by-nc-sa more inform. The world is flat: a brief history of the twenty-first century is a 2005 non-fiction political science book by thomas l friedman focusing on the effects of globalization in the early 21st century, the title refers to a metaphor for viewing the world as a level playing field in terms of commerce, allowing all competitors an equal opportunity. The world is flat - chapter 1 summary - authorstream presentation. The day after i put my notes about friedman's book on the web i got the following e-mail message from scottie jacob of meghan-kiffer press the world is flat.
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