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Links 1 through 10 of 16 by Frederick Noronha tagged idrc

The PAN E-Commerce Mall was showcased as an "E-Mall with a difference". It is where a group of 18 development organizations from 8 Asian countries are participating in the design and development of a shared platform for setting up their shops, so that customers may buy from across shops in different countries, across multiple categories of products (books, handicraft, videos) and end up with only one check-out point. ... PAN e-commerce partners are experimenting with their new role as "merchants" just like in the business world. As they make the transition from traditional ways of disseminating their intellectual outputs to maintaining online stores, they are managing change by reorganizing institutional resources and developing their ICT skills. For them, E-commerce becomes real with the thrill of seeing customers' orders in their mail boxes, and when they receive a cheque from PAN for their sales proceeds.

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On May 6th 1997 the first "Ping" command - a small packet of data used to verify a network connection - was sent from a computer in Cambodia to another in Singapore. Its acknowledgment heralded the arrival of Cambodia's first full Internet service, CamNet.

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Dangbo Dingbo is the customary way to start off a folk-tale in Bhutan and roughly translates in English to "once upon a time". It's also an appropriate way to open a story on how Bhutan first got connected to the Internet after all, the Internet is a modern folk-tale in itself.

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Access to research and scholarship is one of the critical development issues in overcoming the often-noted "knowledge gap." While the digital divide is being addressed at a number of levels with the spread of infrastructure, there needs to follow with no less concern the development of systems that increase the global circulation of knowledge, and that contribute to the development of local and national research capacities. Critical to the development of those capacities is the accessibility of research and scholarship. This proposed project is intended to improve the accessibility of scientific literature published in Indian journals by introducing an indexing system. This collaboration builds on the development of the UBC Public Knowledge Project's Open Journals Systems (OJS) which manages and publishes peer-reviewed journals....

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