The theory of informational development model allows us to have a general idea of the global economy characteristics. New technologies have made information essential part of the economy and allowed to develop an interconnected economic system around the planet that has changed the working conditions, production, management and consumption of everyday life. The model is all inclusive, integrated and interconnected on the one hand as excluding, segregating and precarious, on the other. By the same author: Uber. I can see how this fragment of the module dovetail with what I’ve seen of Madrid 2012. Globalization is profoundly affecting our experience of places of Madrid and thus disrupts our lives in a process annoying, loud and groundbreaking of the aesthetics of much public land in this city. At this time the public is shown powerful and wasteful versus private.
aThe Community and Development claim that everything is under control and that, although work always creates annoyances: the suffering is worth (country Sunday, April 3 pag. 1 City Madrid). a holder to justify this almost religious feeling is not necessary to look out into the street. From the TV news of the community, the press or the radio the most immediate means to know where are located the problem areas of Madrid-traffic, we can obtain a clear reference to the chaos that has resulted in the conversion of dry to reach Madrid to be the Olympic city 2012.