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[Homework]【整理】2010-09-10 虚拟革命 GreatLevelling-1

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A little web is about communicating 20, now makes up the point that 20-25 percent in the world are using it, a suddenly question is our water about nearly 80 percent.
This community center may not look so much, but it's the new fronter of this virtual revolution.
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But what's exactly in it that we created it to last 20 years, what does it mean? Wide digital worth of lessing or curbs in the web just take through in the Africa has done elsewhere. Then it will be black * be reshaped its all revolution. But how has the web affected us in the 20 years since it has been created, and what does it mean for the future of the people care? Geordi of the world who are get connected.Web is the defending technological revolution of our lifetime, almost 2 billion of us are now online. And in the 10 years that I've been studying the webs and riding about it as a journalist, I think it take the world and shake it part. The web is created unimaginable wealth, getting couraged million to work for nothing.It's challenge authority, get allowed the jean five as center as never before,and it's been blamed for creating a generation of webaddict,they open up new wealth of knowledge. In this series, I will be meeting old pioneers and keep flaers, everybody from google, the facebook, twitter, and amazon. The people who help bring about the on stuble level power, culture and value and having such an impact on our daily life.





















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Africa, the birthplace of mankind. But it’s not the past that brings me here, it’s the future. Africa has just been plugged into broadband. And as the worldwide web grows and spreads across the continent, it’s transforming all that it touches.

The small town of Abiriw in Ghana is just one of the latest to be hooked up to the globe. I’m traveling with Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the man who invented the web. It’s 20 years since he made his breakthrough. And now the divide between the “digital-have” and “have-not” is shrinking fast.


“I think the web is about connecting humanity. Now that we get to the point that 20, 25% of the world are using it, then suddenly the question is what about the other 80%?”

This community center may not look like much, but it’s the new frontier of this virtual revolution.

“It was a little bit like going back in time to when people first came across the web. We wouldn’t, in the early days have been anything like, it’s presumptuous, as we say how can we make sure this gets to the furthest reaches of rural Africa.”

But what exactly is it that we’ve created over the last 20 years. What does it mean? Is our wired digital world a blessing or a curse?

If the web does take root in Africa as it has done in elsewhere, then this will be the next continent to be reshaped by the digital revolution. But how has the web affected us in the 20 years since it was created? And what does that mean for the future of the people here and the majority of the world who aren’t yet connected?

The web is the defining technological revolution of our lifetimes. Almost two billion of us are now online. And in the ten years that I’ve been studying the web and writing about it as a journalist, I’ve seen it take our world and shake it apart. The web has created unimaginable wealth, yet encouraged millions to work for nothing. It’s challenged authorities, yet allowed regimes to spy and censor as never before. And it’s been blamed for creating a generation of web addicts, yet opened up new realms of knowledge. In this series, I will be meeting all the pioneers and key players, everybody from Google to Facebook, Twitter to Amazon, the people who’ve helped bring about this seemingly unstoppable leveling of power, culture and values that's having such an impact on all of our daily lives.
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It’s challenged authority yet allowed regimes to spy and censor as never before.
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[Homework]【整理】2010-09-10 虚拟革命 GreatLevelling-1

Africa,the birthplace of mankind. But it’s not the past that bring me  here, it’s the future. Africa has just been plugged in the broad thing,  and as worldwide web grows and spreads across the continent, it’s  transforming all that it touches.

The small town of ** in *is just one of the latest to be hooked up to  the globe. I am traveling with Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the man who invented  the web. It’s 20 years since he’s made the break though, and now the  divide between the digital-haves and have-not is shrinking fast.
“I think the web is about connecting humanity, now we got to the point  is 20,25% of the world are using it, suddenly the question is what about  the other 80%?”
The community center may not look like much, but it’s the new frontier of this virtual revolution.

“It was a little bit like going back time when people first came across  the web, we wouldn’t in the early days it would be anything like, it’s  presumptutous, as how could we make sure it get to the furthest reaches  of Africa.”
But what exactly is it that we have created in the last 20 years? What  does it mean? Is our wired digital world a blessing or a curse?

If the web does take root in Africa as it has done elsewhere, then it  will be the next continent to be reshaped by the digital revolution, But  how has the web affected us in the 20 years since it created? And what  does that mean for the future of the people here and majority of world  who were not yet connected?

The web is defining technological revolution of our life time, almost 2  billion of us are now online. And in the 10 year as I have been studying  the web and writing about it as a journalist, I have seeing it take the  world and shake it apart. The web has created unimaginable wealth, yet  encouraged millions to work for nothing. It challenged authority to get  allow regimes to spy and censor as never before. And it has been blamed  for creating a generations of web addicts. It opens up new * of  knowledge.
In this series, I’ll be meeting all the pioneers and key-player,  everybody from google to facebook, twiter and Amazon, the people who  help bring about this seemingly unstoppable leveling power, culture and  values, and having such impact on all of our daily lives.                                                   
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Africa, the bitrth place of mankind. But it's not the past that brings me here. It's the future. Africa has just been plugged in to broadband. And as the world wide the web grows and spreads across the continent, it's transforming all that it touches.
The small town of * in Ghana is just one of the latest to be hooked up to the globe. I’m traveling with Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the man who invented the web. It's 20 years since he made his breakthrough. And now the divide between the digital haves and have-nots is shrinking fast.

"I think the web is about collecting humanity, now we got the point that 20-25% of the world are using it, and suddenly the question is, what about the other 80%?"

This community center may not look like much, but it's the new frontier of this virtual revolution.

"It was little bit like going back to time when people first came across the web. We wouldn't in the early days, // anything like it's presumptuous as though how can we make sure this gets the  furtherest reaches across Africa. "

But what was is it exactly that created over the last 20 years? What does it mean? Is our wire digital world a blessing or curse?
The web dose take root in Africa as it has done elsewhere. And this would be the next continent to be reshaped by the digital revolution. but how has the web affected us in the 20 years since it was first created? And what does it mean for the future of people here, and the majority of world who aren’t yet connected?

The web is the defining technological revolution of our lifetimes. Almost two billion of us are now online. And in the 10 years that I have been studying the web and writing about it as a journalist, I've seen it take our world and shake it apart. The web has created unimaginable wealth and encouraged millions to work for nothing. It's challanged the authority and allow regimes to spy and sensor as never before. And it's been blamed for creating a generation of web adddits. It opened up new realms of knowledge. In this series, I'll be meeting all the pioneers and key-players, everybody from google to facebook, twitter to amazon, the people who helped bring about this seemingly unstoppable levelling of power, culture and values that’s having such an impact on all of our daily lives.
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Africa, the birth place of mankind, but it’s not the past that brings me here, it’s the future. Africa has just been plugged in broad and as the world-wide-web grows and spreads across the continent it’s transforming all that it touched.
The small town of Abiriwu (Abiriu), Uganda is just one of the latest to be hooked up to the globe. I’m traveling with Sir Tim Earners (Berners) Lee, the man who invented the web. It’s 20 years since he made his breakthrough and now the divide between the digital haves and have-nots is shrinking fast. “I think the web is about connecting humanity. Now we’ve got the point that 20, 25 percent of the world are using it then suddenly the question is what about the other 80 percent?”
This community center may not look like much, but it’s the new frontier of this virtual revolution.
“It was a little bit like going back in time to when people first came across the web. We wouldn’t, in earlier (early) days have been anything like; (,) it’s presumptuous, as we say how can we make sure this gets to the furthest reaches of rural Africa.
But what exactly is it that we’ve created over the last 20 years? What does it mean? Is our wild (wired) digital world a blessing, or a curse?
If the web does take root in Africa as it has done elsewhere, then this would be the next continent to be re-shaped by the digital revolution. But how has the web affected us in the 20 years since it was created? And what does that mean for the future of the people here, and the majority of the world who aren’t yet connected?
The web is the defining technological revolution of our lifetimes. Almost 2 billion of us are now online, and in 10 years that I’ve been studying the web and writing about it as a journalist, I’ve seen it take our world and shake it apart. The web has created unimaginable wealth, yet encouraged millions to work for nothing. It’s challenged authority, yet allowed regimes to spy and censor as never before. And it’s been blamed for creating a generation of web-addicts, yet opened up new realms of knowledge. In this series, I will be meeting all the pioneers and key players, everybody from Google to Facebook, Twitter to Amazon. The people who helped bring about the seemingly unstoppable leveling of power, culture and values that’s having such an impact on all of our daily lives.
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Africa, the birth place of mankind. But it's not the path that brings me here, it's the future.Africa has just been plugged to the broad band. And it's the world wide web grows and spread across the continent. It's transforming all the detaches. The small town at the xxx in xxx is the latest to be hooked to the globe. I am travelling with xxx, the man who invented the web. It's 20 years since he made the break through. And now it is dividing between the digital house and have not been shrinking fast.
I think the web is about collecting humanity and now 20 or 25 percent people of the world are using it. So the question is what about the other 80 percent.
His community house may not look much but it is the frontier of the virtual revolution.
It was like getting back when people first get to the web. We wouldn't in the early days, if you like it, the xxx as we have to get to further reaches of the world--Africa.
But what we have created the last 20 years. What does it mean? Is our wired web a blessing or a curse?
If the web gets roots in Africa as it has done in elsewhere. It's gonna be the next continent get reshaped by the digital revolution. But how has the web has affected since 20 years it has been created? And what does that mean for the people here. And the majority of people who have not connected yet.
The web is the defining technological revolution of our lifetimes. Almost 2 million of us are now online. And in 10 years as I been studying the web and writting it as a journalist, I've been seeing it taking the world and shaking it apart. The web has created unimaginable wealth. Getting 4 millions to work for nothing. It challenged authority and allow to spy and sensor as never before. And it's been criticizing for generating a generation of webadicts. It bings new round of knowledge. In this series I'll be meeting all the pioneers and keyplayers, everybody from google to facebook twiter to amazon. The people who help to bring this unstopable leveling power culture and has such an impact on our daily lives.
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Africa, the birthplace of mankind. But it’s not the past that brings me here, it’s the future. Africa has just been plugged into broadband. And as the worldwide web grows and spreads across the continent, it’s transforming all that it touches.

The small town of Abiriw in Ghana is just one of the latest to be hooked up to the globe. I’m traveling with Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the man who invented the web. It’s 20 years since he made his breakthrough. And now the divide between the “digital-haves” and “have-nots” is shrinking fast.

“I think the web is about connecting humanity. Now that we get the point that 20, 25% of the world are using it, then suddenly the question is what about the other 80%?”

This community center may not look like much, but it’s the new frontier of this virtual revolution.

“It was a little bit like going back in time to when people first came across the web. We wouldn’t, in the early days have been anything like, it’s presumptuous, as we say how can we make sure this gets to the furthest reaches of rural Africa.”

But what exactly is it that we’ve created over the last 20 years. What does it mean? Is our wired digital world a blessing or a curse?

If the web does take root in Africa as it has done in elsewhere, then this will be the next continent to be reshaped by the digital revolution. But how has the web affected us in the 20 years since it was created. And what does that mean for the future of the people here and the majority of the world who aren’t yet connected.

The web is the defining technological revolution of our lifetimes. Almost two billion of us are now online. And in the ten years that I’ve been studying the web and writing about it as a journalist, I’ve seen it take our world and shake it apart. The web has created unimaginable wealth, yet encouraged millions to work for nothing. It’s challenged authority, yet allowed regimes to spy and censor as never before. And it’s been blamed for creating a generation of web addicts, yet opened up new realms of knowledge. In this series, I will be meeting all the pioneers and key players, everybody from Google to Facebook, Twitter to Amazon, the people who’ve helped bring about this seemingly unstoppable leveling of power, culture and values. That’s having such an impact on all of our daily lives.
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Africa, the birthplace of mankind. But it is not the past that brings me here, it’s the future. Africa has just been plugged into (broadband宽带) and as the world wide web that grows and spreads across the continent ,It’s transforming (all that it touches).
The small town in (Abiriw) in Ghana is just one of the latest to be (hooked up) to the globle. I am travelling with (Sir Tim Berners-Lee), the man who invented the web. It’s 20 years since he made the breakthrough. And now they divide between the (“digital-haves” and “have-nots”) shrinking fast.
I think the web is about connecting humanity. Now we get the point that 20,25% of the world are using it and suddenly the question is that what about the other 80%.? This community center may not look like much, but it’s the new frontier of this virtual revolution. It was (a little bit) like going back to time when people first came across the web. We wouldn’t in the early days,(have been) anything like, (it’s presumptuous, as we say how can we make sure) this gets to the furthest reaches of rural africa.
But what exactly is it that we’ve created over the last 20 years? What does it mean? Is our (wired) digital world a blessing or a curse?
If the web dose take root in africa as it has done in elsewhere, then this will be the next continent (to be reshaped) by the digital revolution. But how has the web affected us in the 20 years since it was created? And what does that mean for the future of the people here, and the majority of the world who aren’t yet connected.
The web is defining the technological revolution of our lifetimes. Almost 2 billion of us are now on line. And in the 10 years that I have been studying the web and writing about it as a journalist, I have seen it take over the world and shake it apart. The web has created unimaginable wealth, yet encouraged millions to work for nothing. It’s challenged the authority, yet allowed (regimes) to spy and (censor) as never before. And it has been blamed for creating a generation of web addicts. It opened up new realms of knowledge. In this series, I will be meeting all the pioneers and key players, everybody from google to facebook, twitter to amazon, the people who help bring about this seemingly unstoppable leveling power, culture and values that has such an impact on all of our daily lives
homework
Africa, the birth place of mankind. But it's not the ~~(path that brings me here), it's the future.Africa has just been ~~(plugged to the broad band.) And it's the world wide web grows and spread across the continent. It's transforming all the detaches. The small town at the ~~~ in ~~~ is the latest to be hooked to the globe. I am travelling with ~~~, the man who invented the web. It's 20 years since he made the break through. And now it is dividing between the digital house and have not been shrinking fast.
I think the web is about collecting humanity and now 20 or 25 percent people of the world are using it. So the question is what about the other 80 percent.
His community house may not look much but it is the frontier of the virtual revolution.
It was like getting back when people first get to the web. We wouldn't in the early days, if you like it, the ~~~as we have to get to further reaches of the world--Africa.
But what we have created the last 20 years. What does it mean? Is our wired web a blessing or a curse?
If the web gets roots in Africa as it has done in elsewhere. It's gonna be the next continent get reshaped by the digital revolution. But how has the web has affected since 20 years it has been created? And what does that mean for the people here. And the majority of people who have not connected yet.
The web is the defining technological revolution of our lifetimes. Almost 2 million of us are now online. And in 10 years as I been studying the web and writting it as a journalist, I've been seeing it taking the world and shaking it apart. The web has created unimaginable wealth. Getting 4 millions to work for nothing. It challenged authority and allow to spy and sensor as never before. And it's been criticizing for generating a generation of webadicts. It bings new round of knowledge. In this series I'll be meeting all the pioneers and keyplayers, everybody from google to facebook twiter to amazon. The people who help to bring this ~~(unstopable leveling )power culture and has such an impact on our daily lives.
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Africa, the birthplace of mankind. But it’s not the past that brings me here, it’s the future. Africa has just been plugged into broadband. And as the worldwide web grows and spreads across the continent, it’s transforming all that it touches.The small town of * is just one of the latest to be hooked up to the globe. I’m traveling with *Lee, the man who invented the web. It’s 20 years since he made this breakthrough. And now the divide between the *“digital-haves” and *“have-nots” is shrinking fast. “I think the web is about connecting humanity. Now we got the point that 20, 25% of the world are using it, then certainly-suddenly the question is what about the *other 80%?” This community center may not look like much, but it’s the new * frontier of this virtual revolution.
“It was a little bit like* going back in time to when people first came across the web. We wouldn’t, in the early days ,have been anything like, it’s *presumptuous, as we say how can we make sure this gets to the furthest reaches of rural Africa.”

But what exactly is it that we’ve created over the last 20 years. What does it mean? Is our wired digital world a blessing or a *curse?
If the web does take root in Africa as it has done elsewhere, then this will be the next continent to be reshaped by the digital revolution. But how has the web affected us in the 20 years since it was created? And what does that mean for the future of the people here and the majority of the world who aren’t yet connected.

The web is the defining technological revolution of our lifetimes. Almost two billion of us are now online. And in the ten years that I’ve been studying the web and writing about it as a journalist, I’ve seen it take our world and shake it apart. The web has created unimaginable wealth, getting encouraged millions to work for nothing. It’s challenged authority, yet allowed *regimes to spy and sensor as never before. And it’s been blamed for creating a generation of web addicts, yet opened up new realms of knowledge. In this series, I will be meeting all the pioneers and key players, everybody from Google to  Facebook, Twitter to Amazon, the people who’ve helped bring about this seemingly unstoppable leveling of power, culture and values,that have such an impact on our daily lives.
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Africa, the birthplace of mankind, but it’s not the past that brings me here, it’s the future. Africa has just been plugged into broadband. And as the worldwide web grows and spreads across the continent, it’s transforming all that it touches.
The small town of Abiriw in Ghana is just one of the latest to be hooked up to the globe. I’m travelling with sir Tim Berners-Lee , the man who invented the web. It’s twenty years since he made his breakthrough. And now the divide between the digital-haves and have-nots is shrinking fast.
I think the web is about connecting humanity. Now we got the point that twenty, twenty-five percent of world r using it, and suddenly the question is what about the other eighty percent.
This community center may not look like much. But it’s the new frontier of this virtual revolution.
I was a little bit like going back in time to when people first came across the web. We wouldn’t, in the early days, have been anything like, it’s presumptuous, as we say how can we make sure it gets to the furthest reach of rural Africa.
But what exactly is it that we’ve created over the last twenty years? What does it mean? Is our wired digital world a blessing or a curse? If the web does take root in Africa, as it has done elsewhere. then this would be the next continent to be reshaped by the digital revolution. But how has the web affected us in the twenty years since it was created? And what does that mean for the future people here, and the majority of the world who ain’t yet connected?
The web is the defining technological revolution of our lifetimes? Almost two billion of us r now on line. And in the ten years that I’ve been studying the web and writing about it as a journalist. I’ve seen it take our world and shake it apart.
The web has created unimaginable wealth, yet encouraged millions to work for nothing. It’s challenged authority, yet allowed regimes to spy and censor as never before. And it’s been blamed for creating a generation of web addicts, yet opened up a new realms of knowledge.
In this series, I will be meeting all the pioneers and key players. Everybody from google to facebook, twitter., to amazon. The people who’ve helped bring about seemingly unstoppable leveling power, culture and values that having such an impact on all of our daily lives.
Africa, the birthplace of mankind.
But it’s not the past that brings us (me) here, it’s the future. Africa has just been ? plugged into broadband. And it is the as the worldwide web grows and spreads across the continent. It’s transforming over the touchiness all that it touches.
The small town of Abiriw in Ghana is just one of the latest to be hooked up to the globe. I’m traveling with Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the man who invented the web. It’s been 20 years since he made his breakthrough. And now the divide between the “digital-haves” and “have-nots” is shrinking fast. “I think the web is about connecting humanity. Now that we get the point that 20, 25% of the world are using it, then suddenly the question is are( I hear it!) what about the other 80%?”
This community center may not look like much, but it’s the new fronteer of this virtual revolution.
“It was a little bit like going back in time to when people first came across the web. We wouldn’t, in the early days have been anything like, it’s presumptuous, as we say how can we make sure this gets to the furthest reaches of rural Africa.”
But what exactly is it that we’ve created over the last 20 years. What does it mean? Is our wired digital world a blessing or a curse?
If the web does take root in Africa as it has done in elsewhere, then this will be the next continent to be reshaped by the digital revolution. But how has the web affected us in the 20 years since it was created. And what does that mean for the future of the people here and the majority of the world who aren’t yet connected.
The web is the defining technological revolution of our lifetimes. Almost two billion of us are now online. And in the ten years that I’ve been studying the web and writing about it as a journalist, I’ve seen it take our world and shake it apart. The web has created unimaginable wealth, yet encouraged millions to work for nothing. It’s challenged authority, yet allowed regimes to spy and censor as never before. And it’s been blamed for creating a generation of web addicts, yet opened up new realms of knowledge. In this series, I will be meeting all the pioneers and key players, everybody from Google to Facebook, Twitter to Amazon, the people who’ve helped bring about this seemingly unstoppable leveling of power, culture and values. That’s having such an impact on all of our daily lives.
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Africa, the birth place of mankind. But it's not the path that brings me here, it's the future.Africa has just been plugged to the broad band. And it's the world wide web grows and spread across the continent. It's transforming all the detaches. The small town at the xxx in xxx is the latest to be hooked to the globe. I am travelling with xxx, the man who invented the web. It's 20 years since he made the break through. And now it is dividing between the digital house and have not been shrinking fast.
I think the web is about collecting humanity and now 20 or 25 percent people of the world are using it. So the question is what about the other 80 percent.
His community house may not look much but it is the frontier of the virtual revolution.
It was like getting back when people first get to the web. We wouldn't in the early days, if you like it, the xxx as we have to get to further reaches of the world--Africa.
But what we have created the last 20 years. What does it mean? Is our wired web a blessing or a curse?
If the web gets roots in Africa as it has done in elsewhere. It's gonna be the next continent get reshaped by the digital revolution. But how has the web has affected since 20 years it has been created? And what does that mean for the people here. And the majority of people who have not connected yet.
The web is the defining technological revolution of our lifetimes. Almost 2 million of us are now online. And in 10 years as I been studying the web and writting it as a journalist, I've been seeing it taking the world and shaking it apart. The web has created unimaginable wealth. Getting 4 millions to work for nothing. It challenged authority and allow to spy and sensor as never before. And it's been criticizing for generating a generation of webadicts. It bings new round of knowledge. In this series I'll be meeting all the pioneers and keyplayers, everybody from google to facebook twiter to amazon. The people who help to bring this unstopable leveling power culture and has such an impact on our daily lives.
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