Four months after launching the Connected Life Exchange, let’s reflect back on some of the key insights that we’ve shared thus far — about the evolving nature of the Global
By Howard Baldwin, Contributing Columnist How many problems can broadband Internet access solve? U.S. television news commentator Tom Brokaw, a native of South Dakota, wrote a compelling essay in the
By Howard Baldwin, Contributing Columnist There is a country whose east and west coasts border on major oceans. Its major cities dot its coastline, while its internal areas, while populated,
By Howard Baldwin, Contributing Columnist It began as a way to link academic and research institutions throughout the United States, so that they could more easily communicate and collaborate on
By Howard Baldwin, Contributing Columnist When Tim Berners-Lee came up with the idea for Web browsers, he really only wanted an easier way to access information on the Internet. He
How long could you be disconnected from the network?