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I really enjoyed this book. It is dense but the macro concepts are so important. In a nutshell: Man-made borders are not as important as man-made supply chains. Nation building within man-made borders is not as important as group affinity - think along the lines of "I'm a Google'r" vs "I'm Canadian". Overall a really great read to understand how connectivity is the juice for the next generation.
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Would you listen to Connectography again? Why?
It's a great book for understanding the basics of geopolitics and the global economy. He makes some very interesting arguments about the effects of technology, trade, and urban migration on the relevance of political borders in much of the world.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Paul Boehmer?
Just about anyone.
Any additional comments?
It would be interesting to know how many times the word "connectivity" is repeated. Because it happens A LOT.
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