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My Laptop and Globalization

MCS 334 Digital Map Project
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Michelle Coffey

on 22 November 2013

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Transcript of My Laptop and Globalization

My Laptop and Globalization
I live in Maryland, but I use my laptop to explore the rest of the world...
Suzhou, China
... And raised in China, my laptop was a product of globalization before I even purchased it.
Cupertino, CA
Olney, MD
I often use my laptop to connect with family and friends overseas via Skype, Google Chat, and various social media platforms. These people are from all over the world, including...
Bangladesh
Yokohama, Japan
Not only do I use my laptop to connect with people I know, I also use it to connect to places that I have never been. Via the Internet, I...
South Korea
...watch TV produced in South Korea...
Toronto
...Canada...
...and the United Kingdom...
London
Paris
...watch films from France...
Stockholm
...and Sweden...
..and listen to music from Ireland...
Dublin
Wellington
..and New Zealand.
Iceland
Through Facebook, iTunes, Youtube, and Flickr I maintain the cultural and social ties that formed when I lived in Keflavik, Iceland as a child.
Born in California....
Melbourne, Australia
I even use my laptop to stay connected with places that I have lived before that still mean a lot to me...
These are just a few of the ways
that my laptop enables me to be a citizen of the world.
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