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Ambassadors

Chris Anderson Editor in Chief of Wired US
In 1993, Rupert Murdoch declared that satellite TV was an "unambiguous force of democracy" since it ignored national boundaries and gave people everywhere a global perspective, spreading information and routing around tyrants and propaganda. This cost him the goodwill of the Chinese government, where he was hoping to enter the market, but he was right. Technology really can change the world.

Now the Web has taken that to the next level, bypassing even media moguls and letting people connect directly. When they do so, what emerges is an inspiring reflection on our species. People want peace, and when given a voice, they'll work tirelessly for it. In the short term, a Twitter account may be no match for an AK-47, but in the long term the keyboard is mightier than the sword.

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