- Digital Divide - Pippa Norris book
- DTLR | Using ICT to help achieve regeneration objectives - A Good Practice Guide
- International Telecommunication Union - "ICT Eye" statistical summaries
in interesting facts
See world maps with the size of countries adjusted for variables (eg population)
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- nationmaster.com - Everything About Everywhere
nationmaster.com - Everything About Everywhere - lots of customisable comparison charts. Some of the Internet statistics quite dated.
Country comparisons using graphs, maps. Huge database of world statistics. Reference site contains country statistics, maps, flags, graphs and pie charts.
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- World Information Access Project
Seems to have stopped in 2008 Our goal is to present data on the inequal distribution of technology access, skills, and capacity between and within countries around the world. A significant amount of the research we do is original, and combines existing data from traditional sources in original ways.
- Measuring Linguistic Diversity on the Internet: UNESCO-CI
- [IPRP] Information Policy Research Program (Canada)
Welcome to the Home Page of the Information Policy Research Program (IPRP). The IPRP is an on-going program of research examining key public policy issues, notably access, privacy and governance. These issues are studied particularly in relation to rapid Canadian developments in information/communications infrastructure, electronic commerce and the 'knowledge-based economy/societ
- Access to Broadband Campaign
- African Internet Status
Updated: July 2002 The use of the Internet has grown relatively rapidly in most urban areas in Africa, in much the same pattern as the adoption of the mobile phone which followed shortly after. As an indication, five years ago, only a handful of countries had local Internet access, now it is available in every capital city. But although these are encouraging trends, the differences between the development levels of Africa and the rest of the world are much wider in this area than they are using more traditional measures of development: Of the approximately 816 million people in Africa in 2001, it is estimated that only: * 1 in 4 have a radio (205m) * 1 in 13 have a TV (62m) * 1 in 35 have a mobile phone (24m) * 1 in 4
- apropos the 'digital divide'
- Arab Social Media Report
a recurring series that highlights and analyzes usage trends of online social networking across the Arab region. These reports analyze data on Facebook and Twitter users in all 22 Arab countries, in addition to Iran, Israel and Turkey. They highlight a specific theme in each issue (ranging from general social media usage trends, to the impact of social media on civil movements, and the role of social media in Arab women’s empowerment).
Data and analysis on communication, media use and ICT access trends
- Balancing Act News Update - African internet developments
- Building and Social Housing Foundation
- Cambridge Online City
- CCIS ... yup your here Scottish community ISP
travel to london: infos and news
- Charles Kenny: Overselling the Web? Development and the Internet
Publications and Papers
- China Internet Network Information Center
- CIRN Community Informatics Research Network
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