In a U.N. study, Finland was named "the most technologically advanced country in the world".
The study measures a country's ability to create and use technologies in the network economy.
Following Finland were the U.S., Sweden, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, U.K., and Canada.
In the use of the internet per capita, Finland was second to the U.S.
Following Finland were Iceland, Canada, and Norway.
Matti, Heikki, and Toivo were sitting in the sauna when they hear a beeping sound. Matti presses his forearm and the beeping stops.
Matti: That's my pager. I have a microchip under the skin of my arm.
A few minutes later a phone rings. Heikki puts his palm to his ear and talks for awhile.
Heikki: That's my cell phone. I have a microchip in my hand.
Toivo feeling rather low tech, steps out of the sauna. A few minutes later he returns with piece of toilet paper extending from his rear end.
The other two looked at him strangely, and he calmly said: "I'm getting a fax."