Wednesday, 03 December 2008

15 years ago Rwanda was the scene of massive genocide. Today the country is working to transform itself become an Internet hub of the African continent.

This is a good video by Internet Evolution, and shows that the Internet's not just about big companies and catch-phrase ideas like Web 2.0. You can't really see or know the extent of the Internet and it's impact without going places to see the impact for yourself. Since most of us can't do that on our own, Internet Evolution's Web Wide World videos take us there.

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Wednesday, 03 December 2008 19:23:12 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
A very special filmstrip :) Mom
Friday, 12 December 2008 16:53:17 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
Thanks for blogging about this video Greg! I hope a lot of people take the time to see it all the way through. I'm particularly interested since my daughter is going to Rwanda right after Christmas. I'm curious about the cell phone coverage -- we're told that our US-based phones won't work and that she will have to purchase a phone there, but that it will work fine. I've been reading about Rwanda and Africa for a few months and would love to figure out how to get there soon.
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