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jimmy

I think you could go on and add another group, which is the illiterate. If can not read and write you stand no chance of using this technology. The three groups that you have mentioned are perticulary european experience and perhaps American but this fourth group could even reflect the experiences of other continents like Africa and Asia. Also, this digital divide could become narrower if the internet, as an example of these technologies, was multiligual. Nontheless, well done for this article. I would love to haer your feedback.
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Simon Andrews

Its a huge problem - I think initiatives like the $100 laptop and the mobile may bring the internet to these groups. there are some good examples of how mobile helps people - say by letting them know the true value of their crops and so striking a better deal. I hope so because this technology can help those groups move out of poverty.

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