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[All-In-1-Min] 【整理】2009-07-29 BBC Audio News

本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2009-7-29 22:03 编辑


     All-In-1-Min-2009-07-29


West African internet conference


 

 

 

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    电信2 (MP3)


    网通1 (MP3)

 

 

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Most of us who use the Internet are in contact with Internet users in Ivory Coast. In the French-speaking world and increasingly in the English-speaking world, Ivorians are developing a reputation similar to Nigeria for fraud emails, scams and credit card abuse.

Ivorian web developer
Jean Patrick Ehouman, who’s organized these discussions,
says this makes it even more difficult for West Africans to catch up with rest of the world.

Aside from criminality
, the
industry faces a number of other obstacles.

There’s only one undersea cable running down the West Africa
n
coast connecting it to the rest of cyberspace. That means Internet is both more expensive and slower than many other parts of the world.

There was some debate about whether the region should be developing the web for overseas markets, or as local blogger and journalist
Theophile Kouamouo argues,
developing an African web for Africans.

But others argued it was near impossible to make money from the internal market. Very few people have credit cards to buy products and only about 5%
of
Africans use the Internet.

But a report by an American technology research company, Forrester Research, suggested Internet use in Africa will skyrocket over the next few years, and that should provide new opportunities for West Africa’s aspiring web entrepreneurs.

 

 

Words in the News:

 

cyberspace: n. all the connections between computers in different places, considered as a real place where information, messages, pictures etc exist. 网际空间

 

blogger: n. a person who blogs. 博主、写博客的人

 

skyrocket: v. if a price or an amount skyrockets, it greatly increases very quickly. 跃升、飞涨

 

entrepreneur: n. a person who sets up businesses and business deals. 企业家

 

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Most of us who use the internet are in contact with internet users in Ivory Coast. In the French-speaking world and increasingly in the English-speaking world  Ivorians are developing a reputation similar to Nigeria(尼日利亚) for fraud emails, scams and credit card abuse. Ivorian web developer ??, who's organised these discussions, says this makes it even more difficult for the Africans to catch up with the rest of the world.

The Cyber-criminality the industry faces a number of obstacles . There is anyone undersea table running down the west African coast connecting it to the rest of cyberspace That means internet is both more expensive and slower than many other parts of the world.

There was some debate about whether the region should develop the web for overseas markets as local blogger and journalist ?? argues, developing an African web for Africans.

But others argued it was impossible to make money from internal market very few people have credit cards to buy products and only about five percent of Africans use the internet. But a report by an American technology research company, Forrester Research, suggest internet users in African will skyrocket(迅速上升,ps:听了好多遍才搞出来) over the next three years and that should provide new opportunities for West Africa's aspiring web entrepreneurs(企业家).
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本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2009-7-29 21:42 编辑

HW

Most of us used internet are in contact with internet users in Ivory Coast, in the French speaking world and increasingly in the English speaking world.

Ivorians are developing a reputation similar in Nigeria to fraud emails, scams and credit card abuse.

Ivorian web developer Jon Patrick Elma who’s organized these discussions says this makes even more difficult for West Africans to catch up with rest of the world.

Aside from criminality industry faces a number of the obstacles.

There’s only one undersea cable running down the West Africa coast connecting it to the rest of cyberspace and means internet is both more expensive and slower than many other parts of the world.

There was some debate about whether the region should be developing the web for overseas markets, or as local blog and journalist Delphile Kuamo argues developing an Africa web for Africans.

But others argued it was impossible to make money from the internet market. Very few people have credit cards to buy products and only about 5% Africans use the internet.

A report by American technology research company first research, suggested internet use in Africa will skyrocket over the next few years, and that should provide new opportunities for West Africa’s aspiring web entrepreneurs.


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Most of us use the Internet are in contact with internet users in Ivory Coast, in the French speaking world and increasingly in the English speaking world.

Ivorians are developing a reputation similar in Nigeria to fraud emails, scams and credit card abuse.

Ivorian web developer Jon Patrick Elma who’s organized these discussions says this makes even more difficult for West Africans to catch up with rest of the world.

Aside from criminality industry faces a number of the obstacles.

There’s only one undersea cable running down the West Africa coast connecting it to the rest of cyberspace and means Internet is both more expensive and slower than many other parts of the world.

There was some debate about whether the region should be developing the web for overseas markets, or as local blog and journalist Delphile Kuamo argues developing an Africa web for Africans.

But others argued it was near impossible to make money from the Internet market. Very few people have credit cards to buy products and only about 5% Africans use the Internet.

A report by American technology research company First Research, suggested Internet use in Africa will skyrocket over the next few years, and that should provide new opportunities for West Africa’s aspiring web entrepreneurs.

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  • jessiyear

HW(偶觉得好难,听了好多遍)

Most of us used internet are in contact with internet users in Ivory Coast, in the French speaking world and increasingly in the English speaking world. Ivorians are developing a reputation similar in Nigeria to fraud emails, scams and credit card abuse.

Ivorian web developer Jon Patrick Elma who’s organized these discussions says this makes even more difficult for West Africans to catch up with rest of the world.Aside from criminality industry faces a number of the obstacles.

There’s only one undersea cable running down the West Africa coast connecting it to the rest of cyberspace and means internet is both more expensive and slower than many other parts of the world.

There was some debate about whether the region should be developing the web for overseas markets, or as local blogger and journalist Delphile Kuamo argues developing an Africa web for Africans.

But others argued it was impossible to make money from the internet market. Very few people have credit cards to buy products and only about 5% Africans use the internet.

A report by American technology research company first research, suggested internet use in Africa will skyrocket over the next few years, and that should provide new opportunities for West Africa’s aspiring web entrepreneurs.
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  • jessiyear

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本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2009-7-29 21:47 编辑

HW

Most of us used internet are in contact with internet users in Ivory Coast, in the French speaking world and increasingly in the English speaking world. Ivorians are developing a reputation similar in Nigeria to fraud emails, scams and credit card abuse.

Ivorian web developer Jon Patrick Elma who’s organized these discussions says this makes even more difficult for West Africans to catch up with rest of the world.Aside from criminality industry faces a number of the obstacles.
There’s only one undersea cable running down the West Africa coast connecting it to the rest of cyberspace and means internet is both more expensive and slower than many other parts of the world.

There was some debate about whether the region should be developing the web for overseas markets, or as local blog and journalist Delphile Kuamo argues developing an Africa web for Africans.

But others argued it was impossible to make money from the internet market. Very few people have credit cards to buy products and only about 5% Africans use the internet.

A report by American technology research company first research, suggested internet use in Africa will skyrocket over the next few years, and that should provide new opportunities for West Africa’s aspiring web entrepreneurs.

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Most of us who use the Internet are in contact with internet users in Ivory Coast, in the French speaking world and increasingly in the English speaking world.

Ivorians are developing a reputation similar in Nigeria to fraud emails, scams and credit card abuse.

Ivorian web developer Jon Patrick Elma who’s organized these discussions says this makes even more difficult for West Africans to catch up with rest of the world.

Aside from criminality industry faces a number of the obstacles.

There’s only one undersea cable running down the West Africa coast connecting it to the rest of cyberspace and means Internet is both more expensive and slower than many other parts of the world.

There was some debate about whether the region should be developing the web for overseas markets, or as local blog
er and journalist Delphile Kuamo argues developing an Africa web for Africans.

But others argued it was near impossible to make money from the Internet market. Very few people have credit cards to buy products and only about 5% Africans use the Internet.

A report by American technology research company First Research, suggested Internet use in Africa will skyrocket over the next few years, and that should provide new opportunities for West Africa’s aspiring web entrepreneurs.

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  • jessiyear

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On eimf

Most of us who use the Internet are in contact with internet users in Ivory Coast, in the French speaking world and increasingly in the English speaking world.

Ivorians are developing a reputation similar in Nigeria to fraud emails, scams and credit card abuse.

Ivorian web developer Jon Patrick Elma who’s organized these discussions says this makes even more difficult for West Africans to catch up with rest of the world.

Aside from criminality industry faces a number of other obstacles.

There’s only one undersea cable running down the West Africa coast connecting it to the rest of cyberspace. That means Internet is both more expensive and slower than many other parts of the world.

There was some debate about whether the region should be developing the web for overseas markets, or as local bloger and journalist Delphile Kuamo argues developing an African web for Africans.

But others argued it was near impossible to make money from the Internet market. Very few people have credit cards to buy products and only about 5% Africans use the Internet.

A report by American technology research company First Research, suggested Internet use in Africa will skyrocket over the next few years, and that should provide new opportunities for West Africa’s aspiring web entrepreneurs.
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  • jessiyear

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Most of us who use the Internet are in contact with internet users in Ivory Coast, in the French speaking world and increasingly in the English speaking world.

Ivorians are developing a reputation similar in Nigeria to fraud emails, scams and credit card abuse.

Ivorian web developer Jon Patrick Elma who’s organized these discussions says this makes it even more difficult for West Africans to catch up with rest of the world.

Aside from criminality industry faces a number of other obstacles.

There’s only one undersea cable running down the West Africa coast connecting it to the rest of cyberspace. That means Internet is both more expensive and slower than many other parts of the world.

There was some debate about whether the region should be developing the web for overseas markets, or as local blogger and journalist Delphile Kuamo argues developing an African web for Africans.

But others argued it was near impossible to make money from the internal market. Very few people have credit cards to buy products and only about 5% Africans use the Internet.

A report by an American technology research company Forest Research, suggested Internet use in Africa will skyrocket over the next few years, and that should provide new opportunities for West Africa’s aspiring web entrepreneurs.
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  • jessiyear

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Most of us use the internet are in contact with internet users in Ivory Coast, in the French speaking world and increasingly in the English speaking world.

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Most of us who use the Internet are in contact with Internet users in Ivory Coast. In the French-speaking world and increasingly in the English-speaking world, Ivorians are developing a reputation similar to Nigeria for fraud emails, scams and credit card abuse.

Ivorian web developer
Jean Patrick Ehouman, who’s organized these discussions,
says this makes it even more difficult for West Africans to catch up with rest of the world.

Aside from criminality
, the
industry faces a number of other obstacles.

There’s only one undersea cable running down the West
Africa
n
coast connecting it to the rest of cyberspace. That means Internet is both more expensive and slower than many other parts of the world.

There was some debate about whether the region should be developing the web for overseas markets, or as local blogger and journalist
Theophile Kouamouo argues,
developing an African web for Africans.

But others argued it was near impossible to make money from the internal market. Very few people have credit cards to buy products and only about 5%
of
Africans use the Internet.

But a report by an American technology research company, Forrester Research, suggested Internet use in Africa will skyrocket over the next few years, and that should provide new opportunities for West Africa’s aspiring web entrepreneurs.



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