Susan Dray, David Siegel, Paula Kotzé
Introduction There is a legend that once, long ago, a net was thrown over all the peoples of the world. This net had bells sewn on at every junction, so that the movement of any person in any place would set the bells jingling, reminding all people of their connection to each other. In the Indian version of this legend, this is Indra's Netand instead of bells, it is jewels which are sewn into the net. When the net is moved, each jewel glimmers, reflecting the beauty of all. How fitting that, today, the netthis time the Internetshould now…
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