November used to be in Finland time when the snow covered the country under its white shelter. Now we have both snowstorms and sudden changes in temperature. This weekend, there is suddenly very warm and rainy, and most of the snow is rapidly melting away. Finland is highly developed, industrialised country and inside our warm houses and cars it should not matter what kind of weather is outside, right? Nevertheless, people are worried. Last summer was exceptionally hot and dry, and now with all these storms, the cost of damage to both nature and infrastructure is starting to rise. There are news telling how polar bears are threatened because of the arctic polar ice melting away (no polar bears live here in Finland, though). I work as a professor in the University of Tampere, which is in the southern part of the country, and regularly we have European climate touching the south, while up in Lapland our country touches the arctic region, with its reindeer flocks and northern lights. Internet with its new communication channels is important for people like us who live in a sparsely populated countries. I wonder if Internet with its communication tools mean the same for people from big cities or from South, with more friendly climate?