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Closing the Great Net Divide

27 Dec
2005

One problem with the conception of a wired world is that many places on this Earth don’t have electricity to support a computer. With the concept of a wireless world one would not need a wire to a device but would still need electricity. It now appears even that hurdle is almost gone. Here’s an interesting article on AMD’s efforts to bring the net to developing countries, including a $100 laptop that has a handcrank as an option to power it up.

Human ingenuity! Read on.

Mark Stone
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