The rise of digital was supposed to mean the death of things like printed books, vinyl records and brick and mortar stores. But recently, the market for analog goods and ideas has actually increased. The revenge of analog.
Three-time Pulitzer Prize winner Thomas Friedman explains how advances in technology and continued globalization are making the world flat.
- Thomas Friedman "New York Times" columnist and author of "Longitudes and Attitudes: Exploring the World After September 11," "From Beirut to Jerusalem," and "The Lexus and the Olive Tree: Understanding Globalization."
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