Re: [GKD] RFI: WiMax Utilization

2005-01-11 Thread Ken DiPietro
Keith, (and all, of course) As this is my profession, (some would say my passion) I thought it might be appropriate for me to add to this conversation. I opted for the in-line method to assure I address all of your questions. On 1/7/05, Keith Birkhold [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was reading

Re: [GKD] Should Developed Countries Subsidize the Internet for LDCs?

2005-01-11 Thread njideka
I enjoyed reading your post, Peter, as my organization, Youth for Technology Foundation, is currently exploring some of these possibilities. The shared bandwidth problem is never as easy as it sounds to implement. In Nigeria, this is the so-called revenue generating model of several cybercafes -

Re: [GKD] Nigeria: Silicon Valley Transplant

2005-01-11 Thread Molly E. Uzoh
crawl, walk, run, fly... leap-frog ... cheetah-polevault Happy New Year Everyone! I have been following the rich deliberations that have been going on in this forum. Thanks to EDC for making it possible. I have gained a lot from it. It might not be appropriate to dwell on the above topic amidst

Re: [GKD] Should Developed Countries Subsidize the Internet for LDCs?

2005-01-11 Thread Medard Gabel
Dear Colleagues, A Thought experiment / Cost/benefit question: What would it cost (ball park estimate) to provide everyone in the world with broad band Internet access? Or, how much would it cost to provide everyone over the age of 10 in the developing world who is currently without any access