Category Archives: Cultural Sustainability

Who has access?

This is a great infographic! Just a few of the findings: Global Internet Usage Statistics 2013 Infographic Highlights:

44.8% of the world’s internet users are located in Asia.
21.5% of the world’s internet users are located in Europe.
11.4% of the world’s internet users are located in North America.
South Korea, Japan and Hong Kong are the 3 countries with the fastest average internet speed in the world (the US is 12th).
Hong Kong, Tokyo and San Francisco are the top 3 cheapest cities in world when it comes to purchasing a 200mpbs internet connection.
The top 3 countries in the world when it comes to fast and cheap internet service are South Korea, Finland and Sweden.
In Finland, it is a constitutional right to have access to broadband internet.
94% of the people in South Korea have access to a high speed internet connection.

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Time for the Paradigm Shift

This guy is fascinating. And thought provoking. I am ready for the revolution. What do I bring to it?

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A Masters in Arts in Cultural Sustainability? (via A Chesapeake Journal)

This is what I have been up to lately. And why I am tired in a really good way.

A Masters in Arts in Cultural Sustainability? Yup. Wow. Think about that for a minute. Cultural sustainability. It includes identifying ways to protect, enhance and support the cultural traditions of local communities, wherever and whatever they are. Critically important work in a country where day by day, minute by minute, our communities are looking more and more the same, our neighborhoods and lifestyles are looking more and more the same, kids are doing the same stuff from sea to shining … Read More

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