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October 2, 2009

local or global?

When you're a website should you report locally or globally?

For current presenter Glasstire the answer is hyper-regionalism. 

Of course they're in Texas, where else is there?
October 2, 2009 11:18 AM | | Comments (2)



Texas is a big place, Edward. Bigger than most countries.

With lots of culture of all kinds. I like it when I visit. Many treasures there - old and on the way. But I agree with Glasstire that it is possible to have a hyper-regional focus, even in Texas, a land apart. Thanks for your comment.

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