The found post intrigued me.
I always make a distinction in individuals that are oriented local or international and individuals that can be classified as belonging to the creative class or the “working” class.
In my opinion web 2.0 users were (are) creative class members with an international orientation.
But – as so many movements – the success and practices will spread out. Which implies that within a certain timeframe working class with a local orientation will also be using web 2.0. And indeed, individuals will be lagging. With material and welfare consequences!
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