Asia.Com: Asia Encounters the Internet

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2.1 Internet users by region 24
2.2 Asian countries astride the global digital divide 25
2.3 Global distribution of Internet users, 2002 29
2.4 Change in regional share of global Internet, 1997 to 2002 30
2.5 Numbers online - top Internet countries 2002 31
2.6 Top Internet countries, 2001, by percentage of population online 32
2.7 Growth in numbers online 1997 to 2002 in major Asian markets 33
3.1 The self-reinforcing process of globalization, IT, and inequality 45
3.2 Science and engineering doctorates awarded in the US 58
7.1 Flow of information: from real to virtual and back again 124
9.1 Postings on Qiangguo forum from April 1-30, 2001 148
9.2 Number of articles by news source 148
9.3 Topics in Qiangguo forum on April 3, 2001 149
9.4 Topics in Qiangguo forum on April 9, 2001 150
9.5 Topics in Qiangguo forum on April 12, 2001 151
9.6 Topics in Qiangguo forum on April 14, 2001 152
9.7 Topics in Qiangguo forum on April 18, 2001 153
9.8 Attitudes towards US letter 155
15.1 Online and offline friendship formation 254

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