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Saturday, May 17, 2003
WiFi Business Model Proves Elusive
: "even at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport, the number four in Europe with 41 million passengers a year, only around a dozen people log onto the WiFi network on any given day, compared with some 600 getting onto the fixed line Internet .. Price is still a big drawback for would-be WiFi users. Surfers, on average, pay seven euros ($8.10) per hour, according to Pyramid Research. Monthly contracts run as high as 120 euros. " 11:17:13 PM
of PBS Green Means segment on Kenya photovoltaics, with Dan Kammen. 10:33:05 PM
Tiempo Climate Cyberlibrary: Global Warming and the Third World
: "The Tiempo Climate Cyberlibrary is an electronic information service covering global warming, climate change, sea-level rise and related issues." Has a particular emphasis on developing country issues. Thrice-yearly journal and occasional "bright ideas" sections are interesting. 10:03:10 PM
Most cash looted by Saddam's son recovered:
"A total of $950 million $850 million in U.S. currency and another $100 million in euros were found by U.S.-led coalition troops in 191 boxes hidden in government palaces throughout Baghdad, U.S. Treasury officials said Thursday. .. Identification certificates slipped into each box were still there when the money was found, Treasury officials said in Washington. They are still searching for 45 boxes. .. [in addition] U.S. Treasury official said $495 million was found in secret bank accounts in Lebanon. " 1:09:12 AM
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