Globalization has been defined as requirements seeking the most efficient resource. We tend to conceptualize this as a nation to nation exchange or in terms of monetary measurement. I suggest that every time baseball players are brought in from the Dominican Republic, an orchestra conductor from Venezuela (Gustavo Dudamel will lead the Los Angeles Philharmonic), etc. … this exchange should be considered as globalization. These exchanges are made to improve the overall performance of the products offer (e.g. better baseball team, better orchestra, …).
Take away thought: The Internet has significantly enabled efficient resources, physically located anywhere, to have the exposure to a wider potential market. Better products should result.