Tag Archives: broadband

African Broadband

[As ever, this piece is on the BBC News website, where they called it ‘How Broadband is Changing Africa’, though I think the real message is that a broadband Africa will change the Internet…] Norman Borlaug, whose work in Mexico … Continue reading

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Access for All

[As ever, this can be read on the BBC News website] President Sarkozy of France recently managed to get his ‘Création et Internet’ law passed by the National Assembly, and if all goes well in the Senate then French internet … Continue reading

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My del.icio.us bookmarks for June 25th through June 28th

Here’s what I tagged on del.icio.us between June 25th and June 28th: Bad science: Suicides, Aids, and a masts campaigner | Comment is free | The Guardian – Surely there's a link to wifi too… 🙂 ICO slaps TfL over … Continue reading

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Now the lies are slower than the truth

The old proverb that ‘a lie will go round the world while truth is pulling its boots on’ has been replaced by one in which the blog post has made the trip before the lie has done up its laces. … Continue reading

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