Catching up on an item I pointed to almost two years ago: a new BBC article today discusses the progress made toward unwiring Tallinn, the Estonian capital. Currently over 250 free public WiFi hotspots have been deployed throughout the country. Interesting note at the bottom: “Many Estonians, especially the younger ones, are embracing wireless internet access wholeheartedly. That is especially true now that the economy is starting to improve, and more can afford laptops.”
I combined all my posts from last year about measuring RSS usage and the spread of blog content into one page and gave them a permanent home. I think the points are still relevant today.