Monthly Archives: January 2006

The Internet doesn’t threaten Indian newspapers, TV does.

Here’s an article on Rediff.com about the possibility of newspapers becoming extinct. The premise is that the Internet as a distribution channel, with online newspapers, blogs, wikis and message boards as the content, supported by online (in place of print) … Continue reading

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TV over Telephone lines in Mumbai/Chennai

Now this is really exciting – “MTNL, BSNL to kick-off IPTV from Mumbai, Chennai“. Television via telephone lines! [ via] It remains to be seen if anyone can offer these services, over MTNL and BSNL’s lines, or if the two … Continue reading

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Articles on South Korea’s Broadband penetration.

I’ve set out to read up on as much as I can on the immense penetration (and hence usage) of broadband internet in South Korea, which Wired Magazine had dubbed “The Bandwidth Capital of the World” a couple of years … Continue reading

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