Another big non-surprise: Africa has close to zero Internet culture, as a new UN report chronicles. Money quote:

"For most people even making a telephone call is still a remote possibility in an era when most of the world is now communicating almost instantly across cities, regions and the globe using wireless and satellite technologies to send high-speed electronic messages."

Just don't tell James Watson, okay?

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