The global disparity in fixed broadband access and cost has been revealed by UN figures.
The Central African Republic is the most expensive place to get a fixed broadband connection, costing nearly 40 times the average monthly income there.
Macao in China is the cheapest, costing 0.3% of the average monthly income.
With the advent of location-based social networks like Foursquare and Gowalla, mainstream media newsrooms have been searching for ways to harness these networks. The results have ranged from brilliant to questionably outlandish, but we’ve only scratched the surface of what is possible. Here are a few ideas and examples of ways to take location-based social media to the next level.
The four most important social media channels to marketers are Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube. But which one(s) are the most active for your industry? HubSpot recently analyzed 33 industries to find out.
"…So I set out to find Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks. He was lying low as a result of various threatening noises coming out of the US. I spent four days talking to people who seemed to be close to him in the hope that they would have some secure means of contacting him…"