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28 November 2003
Filed under:Current Affairs (World) at10:48 pm

The “World Rich List”:http://www.globalrichlist.com/ site reveals just where you rank relative to global per capita income. As things stand at the moment I don’t even make the top ten percent, apparently, but if you counted capital (and particularly accumulated cultural capital) my ranking would be higher…

Thanks to matt jones | work & thoughts for the link


  1. I would, but it’s nothing to be proud of as the web site proves.

    Comment by Ruben — 1 December 2003 @ 4:37 pm

  2. On the web,

    open source software in Africa, and at WSIS (more at KnowProSE); Blog.org urges us to see how rich we are, in global terms, while linking to excellent lists of English language weblogs about/from China and Africa; while Many to Many…

    Trackback by The Daily Summit — 5 December 2003 @ 6:56 pm

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