One of the good things about Western aid to less developed countries is that it brings technology and medical aid where it has been previously lacking. However, this is not always a wholly positive thing. In the two articles you read tonight from The Economist ("Hailing the Google Bus" and "Growing Pains") identify and discuss some of the failings of Western aid to developing nations in terms of medical support and technology support. What is the motivation of Google in providing a free mobile cybercafe? Why is the medical support being given to the developing world not necessarily helping people in the long run? What do you think might be a better way to provide the type of technology and medical care that will help the developing world?