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Internet in a village in Bangladesh

Nice story in the WaPo on a village in Bangladesh and how it is now connected to the internet via cell phones. And this, in a place where no land lines exist, often no electricity or even running water. I am amazed by such reports. I encountered massive use of cell phones (if not for the first time, close) in Estonia, sixty miles from Finland, but still within USSR/Russia, a few months after the collapse of the evil empire and found people talking on the Finnish network. Even the bad guys couldn’t stop it. Very useful.

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