Latin alphabet no longer rules the Internet

“We have just made the Internet much more accessible to millions of people in regions such as Asia, the Middle East and Russia.” The body in charge of assigning the world’s Internet users their online addresses on Friday said it had agreed to allow...

A Digital Divide? The Research Says No!

Aidan Rooney, CM writes, “Recent research informs us that web 2.0 (social networking, blogging, web- and pod-casting, video) skills are being learned by low-income students at a rate similar to those of wealthier students. Servants of the poor need to look into...

UN, Tech Leaders Discuss ‘Digital Divide’

Mar 1, 2007 United Nations officials met with Silicon Valley executives to discuss the “digital divide,” the growing gap between the world’s wealthiest and most computer literate people and the impoverished masses without Internet access, an...