273: School bus wi-fi, Cuba's alternative internet, Capitalism 2.0 and more

Cuba's underground alternative to the internet. If the kids don't have wi-fi, the school bus will it bring it to them. An app that lets you lend your eyes to the blind. The hidden social reality behind social media. How your smartphone could help predict the weather. New challenges facing the digital economy.
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Remember "cyberspace"? A generation after the glory days of the 'Net, we take a reality check with Don Tapscott.

Everyone talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it...til now! How your smartphone could help create incredibly accurate weather predictions.

The hidden human hands behind our digital services. Are we coming into an age of digital peasantry?

How one California school district is using school buses to bring wi-fi to underserved communities.

And, a trip to Cuba to uncover data-sharing in censored world.

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