Is the English language the world’s only virtual superpower? A look at a useful model for evaluating global influence.
In a series of lectures, monographs, and books, businessman and cultural historian James C. Bennett laid out an argument for the continuing influence of laws, norms and values that can loosely be attributed to the English-speaking world, a real-and-virtual entity he called “The Anglosphere.” For Bennett, the argument was timely.
For digital Latino watchers – an audience that is rapidly growing because of the size of the market numbers – there’s an opportunity to take Bennett’s sphere model and use it to evaluate the world of Latino digital influence.
Read the entire article by Giovanni Rodriguez at Forbes.