How a Nieman fellow is using flash drives to change Cuban journalism

Fast Company :: Only about 5% of the country has access to the Internet. Internet cafes sell access for about $5 per hour, which is about as much as an average Cuban worker makes in a week (note: the original link has disappeared, but the content is still accessible here: geekwrapped.com/archive). All of which means an online-only publication is likely to be read mostly by a foreign audience.