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The emergence of connections

By Alexandre Casey, TEDxEcublens Reporter

For most of the time, the human spent his life in what has been called “Community” bound via physical proximity. Those densely-knit clusters of social interactions mainly composed of kin, friends and neighbours from the same village were the basics relationships we could have. Therefore, only a few individuals on the top handling all the power could see the big picture and influence, decide the direction where the nation would head.

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