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Posted at 12:21 PM ET, 12/27/2010

Lunch break

By Ezra Klein

Steven Johnson argues that the best way to understand the Web is as a large city, "built by many people, completely controlled by no one, intricately interconnected and yet functioning as many independent parts."

By Ezra Klein  | December 27, 2010; 12:21 PM ET
 
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As nice as the TED talk was, with the proliferation of FB, the web's becoming less and less independent.

More here: http://techcrunch.com/2010/12/25/facebook-web/

Posted by: GregHao | December 27, 2010 12:53 PM | Report abuse

Maybe so, but he's still doing the Pat Buchanan "hold a basketball while speaking" thing

Posted by: bdballard | December 27, 2010 5:47 PM | Report abuse

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