This week's Fast Fix Friday musing comes from a conversation I had on my current trip to Singapore. Apologies for the audio quality of this episode - recorded in my Airbnb'd apartment in downtown Singapore via my laptop mic (yes, I forgot to pack my headset...fail).
So why do developing countries like Vietnam command ubiquitous wireless internet access while countries like Australia don't? Listen to hear some ponderings and chime in with your thoughts on Twitter at @steveglaveski
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