Surviving in a digital world

cybercafe

People browse the internet at a cybercafe in Nairobi.

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Two decades ago, I had just moved to the USA for my graduate studies and it fascinated me so much that I could print out driving directions from the MapQuest website. Soon after, it was possible to order used textbooks from Amazon.com as opposed to buying new ones from our university bookshop. Shortly thereafter, there was an option to take some of my classes online. Luckily, home internet was available.

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