NEW YORK (PNN) - July 27, 2015 - One of the best things about the Web is that it’s interactive. You communicate with friends and family, publish your own site, and leave comments on other people’s work. But a huge part of what we do online is simply consuming content.
A satellite broadcasting company called Outernet wants to bring all this content many of us take for granted to the estimated 3 billion people without Internet access. That catch is that in order to get content to as many people as possible efficiently and cheaply, Outernet’s connection goes only one way.