The World is Flat
After Christopher Columbus discovered that the world was round and not flat like people thought, it became globalization 1.0. As a result, the world shrunk from large place to a more medium place globalize. Following this discovery, countries that were dominated by the settlers dominated the corporate world. In the 1800's, Globalization 2.0 began. This was the period in time that became known as the industrial revolution. During this time that was marked by revolution on how industries worked, the world reduced from large unconquered planet to a more globalized and reachable goal. During this period, many businesses started to flourish and make trade possible around the world. In 2000, a new form of globalization emerged, Globalization 3.0. During this time distance from one business to another was almost nonexistent.
Best of all is the fact that, people from all over the world would dominate in the corporate world. For example, farmers in remote areas of Pakistan would use an iPhone to get worlds knowledge from credible sources such as Wikipedia straight from the comfort of their farms.
Throughout his work, Friedman talked of Globalization 3.0, according to him; the world was flat due to the technological advancements that had connected China to the rest of the world like the United States. Friedman stated that, China and United States seemed like next door neighbors as a result of technological advancements. For examples, doctors in China could read X-rays from United States. In addition, scientists from places like Russia would communicate with their colleagues in Canada and come up with new inventions comfortably despite the distance between them. This leads me to agree with Friedman...