Today was my first day of teaching in Axim! First I taught a group of 24 fourth and fifth graders from several different schools how to use the newly installed Internet-in-a-Box in the Axim Library. My lesson was scheduled for 9-11 AM, which meant that I ended up teaching from 10-12 (time runs much differently in Africa - the first "hour" of my scheduled lesson was spent waiting for all of the students to arrive). Once all of the students arrived, all that I had them do during today's lesson was turn on the XO-1 laptops and connect to the Internet-in-a-Box following a five-step list that I had written out on the whiteboard. Turns out, this task is easer said than done. The power was out when we arrived, and none of the computers were charged. While the librarian was attempting to turn on the generator, I gave the students a brief summary of the sites that I will be teaching them, including Wikipedia, Open Street Maps, and Project Gutenberg. However, even once the generator allowed the computers to finally turn on, our problems did not end. Many of the laptops were unable to connect to the IIAB Wi-Fi, several had broken touch pads, and others simply froze when trying to open a new browsing page. An hour or so later, I had sorted out the working computers from the less-than-functional ones and paired the students up so that they were each sharing a working computer. Finally, around 11:40, all of the computers that were still operational had connected to the Internet-in-a-Box and accessed the home page of the server. Then I had the students shut down their computers, concluding the first lesson. I sincerely hope that we got all of the issues out of the way today and that tomorrow's lesson will run much more smoothly. After lunch and a short rest, it was off to Axim Girls Senior High School for another two hour lesson. Fortunately, this lesson went very well, despite the lack of electricity in the school. Since all of their computers are desktop PCs, none of them could be used for the lesson, but we were able to run a projector for my laptop off of the school's backup generator. I asked the girls how familiar they were with IIAB because it was installed at their school back in January, and I learned that they were all relatively new to the server. Therefore, I gave the girls an overview of the programs on Internet-in-a-Box and showed them the basics of Wikipedia, Open Street Maps, Khan Academy, and Powertyping. These girls are the most outgoing that I've worked with so far, and I am very excited for the rest of my lessons with them this week.