The top stories this week from our local blog:
Bridging the Digital Divide: Ensuring that We're Doing it Right
There's no blanket solution for bringing internet connectivity to the developing world. A group of researchers at the University of Washington is taking on that problem by examining how to create culturally customized ICT solutions. John Tulinsky reports.
Green Tech Watch: Blue Marble Energy
Serena Batten kicks off her new series on local clean tech by interviewing a biofuel company that's re-imagining how to turn a profit while protecting the planet.
Will the White House Farmer Be From Washington State?
A new grassroots movement is pushing the idea of a First Farmer all the way to the White House, by staging a public vote on the best candidates for this esteemed office. And one of the front-runners is from right here in Washington State.
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Photo: An ICT trainer in Mongolia provides instruction to herders using G-Mobile technology. Photo credit: KC Dedinas
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