THESE DAYS, people take the internet for granted. People grump when they can’t download their movies fast enough (yes, many of you still do that!), or if they can only get 3G on their phones, and not HSDPA or LTE.

But time was when a 64 kbps connection was enough to draw cheers from people peering into their green CRT monitors.

Today’s DATA A DAY should be really easy for those who have followed the PCIJ blog in the past few days:

When was the Philippines connected to the internet?

For the answer to that question, check out the PCIJ’s Data a Day subsite, or go visit the PCIJ’s MoneyPolitics Online website.




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