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North Korea's Antediluvian Change of Power

BY Nick Judd | Monday, December 19 2011

Reuters notes that North Korea's dearth of mobile phones and Internet connections played a role in the two-day gap between Kim Jong-Il's death and its public announcement. Read More

North Korea, More Digital Than You Might Think

BY Nancy Scola | Friday, March 18 2011

In this month's Atlantic, Robert S. Boynton reports that Chinese tech cast-offs, thumb drives, radio, mobile phones are getting used by North Koreans and allies in South Korea and Japan to produce reports from inside the ... Read More

Making the Online Pitch for Pyongyang

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, August 30 2010

The Australian Broadcasting Company's Mark Willacy has a long at how North Korean officials in Pyongyang are turning to Twitter, YouTube, and more as part of a strategy of world domination -- or at least showing up their ... Read More

Quote of the Day: North Korean Hermits

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, August 17 2010

The Hermit Kingdom will not change overnight, but technology once introduced can't be shut down. Just ask #Iran. Read More

North Korea is Now Itself a Twitter Account

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, August 16 2010

Photo of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il by Robert Huffstutter Read More

North Korea's Burgeoning Blogosphere, of Sorts

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, March 30 2010

Credit: (stephan) The New York Times Choe Sang-Hun has as fascinating story about how North Koreans and South Koreans are Read More