Technology is shrinking our world.
Today, a traveler can eat dinner in New York, board a plane and have breakfast in Paris. An executive in Boston can pull a telephone out of a pocket, push a few buttons and chat with a factory manager in Tokyo, Beijing or Mumbai. A family vacationing in Borneo can take a photo of an orangutan and share it with grandma in Chicago seconds later.
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