Our fast changing world is entering
into a new era.
All valuable information is or will soon be
digitized whether it is for science, knowledge, business, Government
system, communications, entertainment, leisure personal or
familial purpose … you name it.
Today more than 1.3 Billion own a mobile phone, 2 billion
expected before 2007.
Consumer Electronic Goods market is anticipated
at US$ 2000 Billion in 2010. At that time, most electronic
goods will be ever connected to the global Network and identifiable
with certainty through IP v6.
Yet the Global Digitalization of our civilization raises a
major problem of usage to most human beings, generally known
under the name of «Digital divide".
For the first time, since the burst of the industrial society,
a breakthrough generates a problem that cannot be resolved
by technical or economical contributions, because it is fundamentally
a cultural problem.
For the first time in human evolution, because all knowledge
and exchanges are digitized, we can no more read or write without
the assistance of a media and adapted device that translate
and manage ( store and retrieve) our digital content.
In a sense, we all became digital illiterates and therefore
we all undergo the Digital Divide.