This in from our man on the street Dave E., an article on Robots from the New York times:
In a Wired South Korea, Robots Will Feel Right at Home
At first the relevance of Go Box theory in this article was not apparent, until I read this:
"Reeling from the Asian financial crisis of 1997, South Korea decided that becoming a high-tech nation was the only way to secure its future.
The government deregulated the telecommunications and Internet service industries and made investments as companies laid out cables in cities and into the countryside. The government offered information technology courses to homemakers, subsidized computers for low-income families and made the country the first in the world to have high-speed Internet in every primary, junior and high school."
As the Go Box equation is efficiently + Effectiveness + Creativeness = Go Box quotion, the South Korean government saw they had to 'go box' their economy up to make it more effective, that is to say make it more efficient and educate and empower their people in order to increase creativity. Rock on, South Korea.
Note: As demonstrated above, go box is not merely a noun, but can also be used as a verb. In verb form, to ' go box' is to make something more like a go box, ie to bring it somehow in line with the spirit of a 1980s 4 cylinder pickup truck, or to increase its efficientcy while simultaneously increasing its productiveness.
The toyota land cruiser is to all cars as X is to set of x. And things about Panama
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