BlogBaladi took part in the report BBC did on the internet in Lebanon as I was interviewed by Howard Johnson on that matter few weeks back. Surprisingly though, they did not include anything I said but simply showed me browsing the net at the start of the report. Di3an kel hal 7ake!
For those interested, I talked about most of the issues the other interviewees mentioned but also noted that the cap given to internet users is very low, that our infrastructure might not be able to handle increasing numbers of internet users specially after the drop in prices and the speed upgrades, and that both issues could prove very problematic in the near future.
It’s shame that a topic like this is being handled by BBC. That’s just pathetic now.
and I like how in the beginning of the video, they have a car in the background with a Dubai License plate.
I can’t understand why our governments don’t plan to upgrade and improve the infrastructure! they always nag that infrastructure doesn’t handler faster speeds and additional number of Subscribers, but they never consider that this is a Dilemma that should be tackled and solved as soon as possible! they waste time of discussing silly issues that has no effect on business neither on our daily day life and they always neglect the most important living requirements.
All what they care about is to keep us on the first stage of Maslow’s Pyramids!
Think About it !
@Uncle Sam: did u even hear what she said? she wasn’t the one in lebanon, she was just introducing the segment.
i noticed the dubai plates as well. I believe we’re steadily going downhill. the internet situation is very problematic.