Universal Digital Inclusion Policy in Mexico

By Edgar Vásquez Cruz * It is necessary to consider that the concept of guaranteeing generalized access to Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) is so broad that it is not only necessary to guarantee infrastructure and quality internet access at a low cost Facilitating access to the Internet and training for its optimal use is … Read more

″We demand respect for those who invest 80 million each year in innovation″

Loaded with “many millions” already invested in infrastructure and services provided to the population, the CEO of Altice took the stage of the Portugal Mobi Summit determined to demonstrate that he will not accept the “ferocious attack” that the communications sector is being targeted . The “hostility” comes not only from the Autoridade Nacional de … Read more

Coffee Day: How Much Caffeine is Healthy?

What is healthy about coffee and which ingredients are harmful? Nutritionist Jenny Raddei: Coffee is said to have both positive and negative effects on health. The coffee bean contains a large number of ingredients that can have an impact on health. The most physiologically effective ingredient in coffee is caffeine. The caffeine content of coffee … Read more

Recipes from the star chef: Two kinds of stuffed baked potatoes with cheese

GTwo kinds of stuffed baked potatoes Ingredients for 2 people: 2 waxy potatoes (approx. 150 g each) Oil as desired Salt, pepper, sugar For the herb and cheese filling 100 g quark (40% fat) 100 g goat cream cheese 50 g each of yoghurt and sour cream 2 shallots 1 clove of garlic 1 chilli … Read more

How social can the energy transition be?

We ask Dr. Kaja Schumacher: How do we make the energy transition socially acceptable? Who actually uses how much energy when living and driving? What financial burdens come with the CO2-Price towards us? What does it take to reduce these burdens for households with lower incomes? What else can we do to drive the energy … Read more

The Berloz Kennel Club trains dogs for people with reduced mobility

<!– Through Thomas Broux | Published on 9/22/2021 9:16 AM The Berloz dog education center has just set up education courses for dogs with reduced mobility. For the past 2 months, the club has made a room accessible to wheelchairs and other motorized chairs so that everyone can benefit from the experience of the monitors. … Read more

These Gentenaars already received 10,000 euros in fines because they … (Ghent)

Ghent / Sint-Denijs-Westrem – The residents of the Hélène Dutrieulaan, near IKEA, have already collected 10,000 euros in fines. Not for speeding or wrong parking, but because they drive into their own street by car. The street is officially a bus lane. The Hélène Dutrieulaan is a narrow street between The Loop and the Kortrijksesteenweg … Read more

Early retirement: How it works and whether it pays off

At the age of 63 you earned a pension of 1,200 euros and have always earned an average of over the past few years. If you want to retire now and not only at the regular age limit of 66, the pension insurance will deduct three times 3.6 percent from your monthly pension. So 10.8 … Read more