`The Internet Is The Great Equalizer'
In the winding roads of northwestern Connecticut, where the suburbs give way to countryside, browsers traipse through the boutiques that dot Kent's quiet main street. But every day, 7,000 people--twice the town's population--arrive from around the world to visit one shop: a tiny computer store wedged in the back of a sleepy shopping center.
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