3: Percent of Cubans that use the Internet frequently
30: Amount, in dollars, in which approved Internet users such as doctors and academics sell their User Names and Passwords to others in order to supplement their monthly incomes.
3,000: Times by which Cuba’s Internet access speed will increase now that the nation is connected to fiber-optic cable via Venezuela.
Source: The Economist - Wired, At Last: The Battle of the Blogs Begins

3: Percent of Cubans that use the Internet frequently

30: Amount, in dollars, in which approved Internet users such as doctors and academics sell their User Names and Passwords to others in order to supplement their monthly incomes.

3,000: Times by which Cuba’s Internet access speed will increase now that the nation is connected to fiber-optic cable via Venezuela.

Source: The Economist - Wired, At Last: The Battle of the Blogs Begins

  1. fjp-latinamerica reblogged this from futurejournalismproject and added:
    Cuba strives to stay afloat (digitally) Source: The Economist - Wired, At Last: The Battle of the Blogs Begins
  2. anindiscriminatecollection reblogged this from hairtrending
  3. bucktownintifada reblogged this from futurejournalismproject
  4. jenthepen reblogged this from futurejournalismproject
  5. alaska159 reblogged this from futurejournalismproject and added:
    phil og teds klapvogn - phil og teds klapvogn stokke klapvogn - stokke klapvogn bedst i test klapvogn - bedst i test...
  6. asterisked reblogged this from futurejournalismproject
  7. hairtrending reblogged this from shortformblog
  8. letmeseeyogrillz reblogged this from shortformblog
  9. ceda reblogged this from shortformblog and added:
    ユーザーネームを売って小遣い稼ぎしながらネット普及なんて初耳w 南海電車の駅前で切符買うて日銭を稼ぐのと何か似てる。
  10. marisasoto reblogged this from jwknott and added:
    I have family that lives in both Santiago and Havana. Whenever they go to Santiago, their Facebooks are like that of any...
  11. igetgully reblogged this from futurejournalismproject
  12. naiivetechii reblogged this from shortformblog
  13. sskerr reblogged this from shortformblog
  14. jwknott reblogged this from futurejournalismproject
  15. shortformblog reblogged this from futurejournalismproject and added:
    Cuba’s got some interwebs finally. Good for them.
  16. futurejournalismproject posted this