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PCWeek: First World Web

“If you’re reading this column, you should feel pretty
special.”

“No, I don’t say that because I have anything spectacularly
unique to say, but because if you’re reading this, it means you
have Internet access. While that has become commonplace in the
United States and not at all unusual in Western Europe, much of the
other three-fifths of the world is a long way from being connected
to the World Wide Web (or any other computer network).”

EdNote Linux would accelerate the uptake of Internet in
the other three-fifths of the world.(ie no licensing fees = cheaper
Total cost of Internet Connection).

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