Google’s Eric Schmidt arrives in North Korea. This is the “internet” he’ll find there….
What he will actually find is a North Korean nation-wide intranet
Computer room at the Nampo Chollima Steelworks.
Writer Neil Strauss is shown how the North Korean closed intranet works at the Grand People’s Study House.
My good friends over at The North Korea Blog have been busy analyzing some recent articles about North Korea put out by the main stream media. Like myself, these guys have also visited the DPRK and have valuable insights to share.
Pedal power on the streets of Hamhung, North Korea – photo by Joseph A Ferris III
State authorized cottage industry in the Hamhung region – photo by Joseph A Ferris III
An interesting article about conducting an environmental business project in the DPRK:
The secretive nation of North Korea isn’t the most obvious place to launch an environmental business project, but for the past two years, businessman Miroslav Blažek has traveled frequently to the Stalinist state to help develop an ambitious carbon-credit trading venture……
Gigantic smokestack and coal piles in the countryside near Wonsan
and Hamhung – photo by Joseph A Ferris III
- North Korea, Eco State? (businessweek.com)