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Thursday, 4 March 2010

FabFi as part of FiWi Pie

None of us have been slow in accepting that wireless needs to be part of the FiWi Pie to connect different communities over different geographical terrain and so on. Or we would never have come up with the term "FiWi" - fibre<-->wireless. In Afghanistan, they are making wireless kit out of rubbish.

This is precisely the sort of problem solving approach that the UK are going to be forced to adopt if the new BDUK initiative fails to take advice from those at grassroots, instead of those perpetuating the myths.


4 comments:

GuyJ said...

What is BDUK and what is it intended to deliver?

Cybersavvy UK said...

BDUK - http://www.governmenttechnology.co.uk/content/view/1948/4/

I would like to know WHO is BDUK as well.

Cybersavvy UK said...

That link was cut short, try this http://bit.ly/cX9aYq

mack said...

If I were to wager a guess at why, I’d say that users don’t “browse” forms. The interaction style users engage in with forms is different, and requires its own study and design best practices. This is a very interesting post, and the comments are also fantastic to read. I’ll have poses to have a little re-think about my own contact form on our new website, as this some interesting questions!
congitation overseas