Today we were back at the Anansi Abura house to teach the eight girls from the University Practice School. I was finally able to deliver their XO-4 laptops, and the girls were thrilled to open them! They had a lot of fun customizing the color settings and backgrounds of their computers after I showed them the basics, and then we got started with the IIAB material. Again, I gave an overview of the technology we had brought and what Internet-in-a-Box is, and then I had them do some work with Wikipedia. The students had never heard of an encyclopedia, never mind Wikipedia, so I explained it to them as an online book that is similar to a dictionary, but with entire articles explaining the words instead of short definitions. By the end of our lesson, they were experts at searching whatever topic they pleased, ranging from Hermione Granger to the United States of America. I was also pleasantly surprised to see how quickly they began using Wikipedia for Schools and Khan Academy to enhance their educations. It's great that they understand how helpful it is to have access to thousands of educational articles and videos at their fingertips. On the way home, we stopped at a convenience store to pick up some snacks, and Maureen and I had a great time trying to figure out what some of the crazy flavors of cookies were. My dad and I couldn't agree on which snacks to buy, so of course we had to buy it all. We ended up taking home mango cookies, chocolate, some sort of Pringles-like chips, and two different types of Fanta! It will take a while to get through it all, but I am excited to see how it all tastes!