Lisabeth Ferrarelli

Lisabeth Ferrarelli

Lisabeth Ferrarelli
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"What does Digital Divide mean to you?"

"What does Digital Divide mean to you?"

"The digital divide, like many other economic or social problems, is a global issue... The gap between countries on the same continent is also getting wider. According to figures from the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Sweden has a mere 12% of its population offline compared to 56.5% in Greece. "  Jane Wakefield

"The digital divide, like many other economic or social problems, is a global issue... The gap between countries on the same continent is also getting wider. According to figures from the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Sweden has a mere 12% of its population offline compared to 56.5% in Greece. " Jane Wakefield

"When my daughter brings home an assignment that requires digital access for completion, then I wonder and worry about the social and political aspects of technology. Not every child in her class has a home chock full of computers and printers. Not everyone has instant access to the internet. Not everyone, I know, will be able to complete those assignments at home overnight...”  Kathy Fitch   Picture by 立木 義浩  Yoshihiro Tatsuki

"When my daughter brings home an assignment that requires digital access for completion, then I wonder and worry about the social and political aspects of technology. Not every child in her class has a home chock full of computers and printers. Not everyone has instant access to the internet. Not everyone, I know, will be able to complete those assignments at home overnight...” Kathy Fitch Picture by 立木 義浩 Yoshihiro Tatsuki

"They break copper yokes off picture tubes, littering the ground with shards containing lead, a neurotoxin, and cadmium, a carcinogen that damages lungs and kidneys. They strip resalable parts such as drives and memory chips. Then they rip out wiring and burn the plastic. He sells copper stripped from one scrap load to buy another...Nearby, hulls of broken monitors float in the lagoon. Tomorrow the rain will wash them into the ocean."  Peter Essick

"They break copper yokes off picture tubes, littering the ground with shards containing lead, a neurotoxin, and cadmium, a carcinogen that damages lungs and kidneys. They strip resalable parts such as drives and memory chips. Then they rip out wiring and burn the plastic. He sells copper stripped from one scrap load to buy another...Nearby, hulls of broken monitors float in the lagoon. Tomorrow the rain will wash them into the ocean." Peter Essick

Keeping up with technology

Keeping up with technology