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Mc Donald's discovered they could save 30 seconds on each order by doing it this way and drove down their error rate by a significant degree.
So I basically go through all the kind of flattening experiences I was encountering as I kept going east on my own Columbus-like journey. That era shrunk the world from a size large to a size medium, and that ear of globalization I would argue was built around countries globalizing.
Friedman, Author of The World is Flat, Columnist for The New York Times Raghuram Rajan (Moderator), Economic Counselor and Director of the IMF's Research Department [TRANSCRIPT PREPARED FROM A TAPE RECORDING.] MR.
I made one trip to Silicone Valley during those 3 years to visit a start-up company that my friends of mine were involved in, something called Google, and I wrote exactly one column about it and went back to Kabul, metaphorically at least.
I wish I could show you the outtakes of all the interviews we did.
There would be me with Jerry Rao, the head of NASSCOM, the Indian high-tech association, and Jerry explaining why and how he could do my taxes very efficiently from Bangalore. Basically, after doing that for 10 days, I really decided that I had missed something really important and profound and big. He said to me, Tom, I simply got to tell you, the playing field is being leveled and you Americans are not ready.
FRIEDMAN: [In progress] --issues and olive tree issues between issues about globalization and trade and technology and issues of the Middle East and more broadly, classical foreign affairs.
The issue at the time was how the world perceived America and all that, the perception and misperception.