I like that this is yet another paper that expands on the issue of the digital divide, but I feel that we (the people aware about the divide and/or fighting to end this situation), we must move on past the "victimization" stage. I am not suggesting that individuals affected in the digital divide play the victim card; they are experiencing unjust treatment. However, people know that the digital divide is up and running. It is my opinion, society as a whole must move on from this and go forth to change what is making our experience unjust. It will take time and a lot of effort, but it is time to go out onto the field and not simply write about it. The least people can do is be aware of situations, and the first action to delete it is to educate the masses about it.
Wright briefly mentions toward the end that people may sometimes feel the need to conform (when stating that a practical reason that explains why black nationalism remains attractive is because it offers a reassuring homogeneity). Society must not conform that the digital divide is supposedly closing rapidly; nothing will be done to completely destroy it if it is improving. Society must not conform to know that the digital divide still exists. We must conform only when we do not have to speak of a digital divide any longer. I enjoyed reading your blog, and very interesting TED presentations you chose to share with us.