Ivory Coast has taken steps to make delivering old-fashioned snail mail easier as many of its roads don’t have names: it’s adopting the technology developed by What3Words, a UK mapping start-up to assign unique three-word phrases to locations that can then be found using the app or the website.
I hope to see the Progress and see whether this is successful in Ivory Coast and hopefully be adopted to other African Countries.A Post office Box(P.O) is okay but we should be able to move beyond that and have Mail delivered to your gate.
The Only issue I see with this in Countries like Kenya is that Criminals will take advantage of this and rob people in broad daylight.
Source: Sophos and What3wWords
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I have used Google Drive for some time now, Dropbox has always intrigued me but at only 2 gb free vs gb drive, is really worth to switch to Dropbox.
Finally i can send those Big files that i have always wanted to send, This is Good news for any Gmail user.