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A Metcalfe
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re: Where is the center of the Internet?
A Metcalfe   1/24/2013 10:06:43 PM
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I presume this blog (and site) is written purely for US readership? Many articles are peppered with nationalistic "us" and "we" statements that assume the reader's origin. If you aim to be recognised as professional writers, you should take care with this. Keep in mind that the US population is less than 4.5% of the global total :-)

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silly americans
wils21   1/12/2015 11:00:23 AM
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you make it sound like america created the internet that we all use today the internet yes was created by the americans but when we use the internet we go on the WEB which was created by the british  



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