CIS_Project_One - EasyCommunication+Cheap Technology...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  2/10/11 Easy Communication + Cheap  Technology  = A Flattened World By                 Alaa   Charlae Williams Angel Leslie Jorge Martinez Henry Robertson
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 2/10/11 "The World is Flat," video  by  Thomas Friedman  had painted a picture of the detailed landscape of  the current world through the eyes of business,  technology, and social media development.  Communication and technology are one of the  main reasons  that created the flat world platform  which allowed everyone to produce “really  complex things” with much less  money than  before. Advantage of flat world :Employees from one  INTRODUCTION 
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 2/10/11 Pony Express,  established in 1860,  made communication  more efficient during  the civil war times. Men on horses raced  across the country to  deliver important  messages and  sometimes packages. Pony Express lasted  nineteen months until  October 1861, when  the completion of the  Pacific Telegraph line  ended the need for its  Parcel Mail Roots: Pony 
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 2/10/11  The Pacific Telegraph  line was built to  facilitate  communication  between the east and  west coast states.  The company that built  the transcontinental  copper line was the  Parcel Mail Roots: Telegraph
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 2/10/11 The establishment of  parcel post, in 1913  had a tremendously  stimulating effect on  the national economy. Opened a world of  opportunities for  both farmers and  merchants.  Parcel Mail continued:
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Parcel mail service  allowed for rural  Americans to be able  to purchase food  items, medicines, dry  goods and other  commodities not  readily available to  them previously The post office  enabled farmers to 
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2011 for the course CIS 3301 taught by Professor Brown during the Spring '09 term at University of Houston - Downtown.

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