How Broadband Affects Underdeveloped Countries and Maybe Some United States Counties

The UN has put out a report with the Working Group on Broadband for the most vulnerable countries. The study follows the Broadband deployments and usage for national development in four least developed countries (LDCs): Cambodia, Rwanda, Senegal and Vanuatu. This is a great effort by a ton of people and I applaud the time […]

An Idea to Provide Student Resources as We Approach the 2nd Obstacle in the Digital Divide

Providing the resources to close the digital divide and bridge the homework gap for students doesn’t end with connectivity, I think that’s where it starts. Preface about ideas Before I actually do any research for this, I want to put down what’s floating around in my head so that I can reference it and share it with […]

Building a case for Community Connectivity: The Frontera Colonia Project

Growing up in South Texas, it was sometimes difficult to understand that there was an entire world outside of our neighborhoods. I’m sure this is the same for every city and town across the world, as perspective is only gained through experience.  No one captures the Rio Grande Valley of Texas like Gabriel Salazar – http://www.gabrielsalazarart.com/ […]