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TIME STORAGE

TIME STORAGE
Internal time storage is actually a fascinating subject. The
notion of how time storage affects personality comes from a
number of several different sources including Edward T. Hall’s
book, The Dance of Life? Hall talks about two kinds of time.
ANGLO-EUROPEAN TIME
Anglo-European time, as described by Hall, seems to have
been born out of the Industrial Revolution. You see, back in the
early days when factories were first built, people had to be on
time. Why? Because if you started the assembly machines at 9:00
and half the people weren’t there, then all the products would run
off the end. (After all, who would put them in boxes?) Factory
owners realized that they needed a system for getting people to
the factory on time. The assembly line led to a notion of time as
being linearly structured where one event happened after an-
other. Thus, the Anglo-European notion of time has its roots in
the Industrial Revolution and the assembly line, where there is
one thing after another occurring in an orderly sequence or series
of events that stretches from left to right (or vice versa) like an
assembly line.
In the Anglo-European view of time, if, for example, we have
an appointment at 9:00 and my next appointment is at 10:00, we
meet for one hour alone. At 10:00 you and I are done whether or
not we have completed everything. You and I are done and I go
on to my 10:00 appointment. That is an example of the Anglo-
European conception of time.

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