As a longtime Kossack and web denizen, the growth of the WWW beyond US borders has always intrigued me. It used to be that the US was the undisputed leader in all things Internet, but over the past decade America has been increaingly left in the dust by Europe, Japan and parts of South America when it comes to broadband speed and access.
What particularly intrigues me, with regard to Daily Kos, is how it's used and viewed by the folk who visit it from outside the US. Are we a good thing? A bad thing? Refreshingly spot-on, frustratingly clueless, or perhaps bits of both depending on which diarist you happen to be reading at the moment?
Kossacks from outside the US' borders, stand up and speak up! Consider this your time to shine. The floor (or this diary at least) is yours.