ANNC: Internet-in-a-Box 6.7 lets you drag+drop Wikipedia, Sugarizer, Maps, Apps, Etc!

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ANNC: Internet-in-a-Box 6.7 lets you drag+drop Wikipedia, Sugarizer, Maps, Apps, Etc!

Adam Holt-2
Announcing the release of Internet-in-a-Box (IIAB) 6.7 !

Please use it to "steal" the Internet's crown jewels and craft your own LIBRARY OF ALEXANDRIA using a $35 Raspberry Pi computer, or any old laptop.

Our HOW-TO videos show you how to customize your Internet-in-a-Box "knowledge hotspot" — for your school, your clinic, your library, your entire region — or your very own family.

Install Internet-in-a-Box (IIAB) 6.7 using its 1-line installer to transform an old laptop into a "learning palace" for a developing world school, that urgently needs this today!

Then drag-and-drop the very best of the World's Free Knowledge (Wikipedia in any language, thousands of Khan Academy videos, zoomable OpenStreetMap, E-Books, WordPress journaling, the new Sugarizer 1.1, Toys from Trash electronics projects, ETC) for those who are burning for learning — but just happen to be offline.

Internet-in-a-Box (IIAB) 6.7 Release Notes:

The crown jewels are all free, liberated — and open source too! Internet-in-a-Box is now used in schools, libraries and medical clinics in more than 20 countries. Why not DIY your own LIBRARY OF ALEXANDRIA with a $35 Raspberry Pi computer, starting today?

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