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The EXPECTATION ECONOMY has been building slowly in the background. The biggest difference from five to ten years ago? Word of mouth now travels the world in a flash, making product launches instantly global, turning every new brand—big or small—into a potential 'player', and most importantly, rewarding exceptional performance with immediate interest
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man sitting there did not seem very formidable. In height he might have
been a little above average, but not enough to make him noticeable. His
brown hair was cropped conservatively; his unlined boy's face was not
one to be remembered—unless one was observant enough to note those
light-gray eyes and catch a chilling, measuring expression showing now
and then for an instant in their depths.
A telephone bell jangled insistently. The orderly on duty dropped his feet from the desk to the floor and lifted the receiver with a muttered curse. "Post hospital, Aberdeen Proving Ground," he said sleepily, rubbing his eyes. A burst of raucous coughing answered him. Several times it ceased for an instant and a voice tried to speak, but each time a fresh spasm of deep-chested wracking coughing interrupted. "Who is this?" demanded the now aroused orderly. "What's the matter?" Between intervals of coughing difficultly enunciated words reached him.
While a little bit of group learning and guiding-on-the-side is good in
the classroom, too much poses an obstruction to eﬀective dialogue between
teacher and students as well as to the eﬃcient transfer of knowledge from
teacher to students. In such a climate, gone is the possibility that the teacher
can share with students his or her insights or warn them against pitfalls, or
that students can learn enthusiastically from their teacher in class and do
the mental construction at home — with or without a group of friends.
he combination of the new information and communication technologies (ICTs) and radio is opening up a range of possibilities for communication in the developing world. Broadcasters who used to have to travel for hours to find a public library to research a programme, now have instant access to the internet, whilst national,