Google thinks balloons may solve prob...

Google thinks balloons may solve problem of Internet access in Third World

There are 1 comment on the The Campbell Reporter story from Jul 27, 2013, titled Google thinks balloons may solve problem of Internet access in Third World. In it, The Campbell Reporter reports that:

Only half-filled with helium, and already more than 12 feet wide, the giant plastic envelope shimmered and shook in the breeze like some airborne jellyfish rising through a gentle current.

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#1 Jul 28, 2013
I don't believe those balloons can solve developing countries' ineternet problem: expensive, yet unreliable and sometimes heavily censored. Anyway, thanks, google.

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