This wiki collects information about prepaid (or PAYG) mobile phone plans from all over the world. Not just any plans though, they must include good data rates, perfect for smartphone travellers, as well as tablet or mobile modem users.
The Living Library seeks to provide actionable knowledge on governance innovation. We identify for our core audience the “signal in the noise” by curating research, best practices, points of view, new tools, and developments. Spans topic areas from artificial intelligence, open data, and blockchain, to citizen science, open innovation, and civic technology. The platform has an international purview, with insights drawn from across the globe and relevant to a diversity of sectors. Research-based knowledge offerings. Appears to have some up-to-date data archived in some contexts.
Over one million (and counting) royalty-free icons for just about any project. Searchable. Not just emoji, logos, symbols, and universal glyphs are part of this archive. Download what you need. Customizable. Even has an API so it can be used in interactives.
A political journal dedicated to analyzing and contextualizing the contents of the leaked US diplomatic cables.
A wiki about international travel by international travelers. Talks about many different destinations, specific places and times you might want to visit, airports, local travel, things to do, food, telecommunications, and safety.
FrequencyCheck is a website that helps you determine if your current cellphone will work on the cellular networks of a particular country. You can either search for devices compatible with a particular carrier, or carriers compatible with a certain mobile device.
An on-line web application that shows you what time it is in every other time zone around the world relative to the current time. Handy if you're trying to figure out if you should ping someone at a particular hour.
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