The first order of electronic devices arrived last Wednesday, including the three Internet-in-a-Box servers! Tim Moody of XSCE has designed the school server, which gives access to Wikipedia, Project Gutenberg, TED Talks, Khan Academy, OpenStreetMap, and much more. I have successfully hooked up the server with the help of Adam Holt of Unleash Kids, and I have been able to access it from various XO laptops, Android phones, and my own personal computer. Adam and I spent a good deal of time going through the server over Skype and adjusting it to the needs of the schools in Ghana, and Tim has made all of our requested changes and more to make sure that the server is exactly how we want it by the time my dad and I leave for Ghana. Adam has worked tirelessly with the schools and people in Ghana to help organize my stay there, order everything that we will need to set up the servers once in Ghana, and connect me with Anansi Education and Ghana Together, two non-profit organizations founded by Kathryn Roe and Maryanne Ward, respectively. The last person who I need to mention and thank is Christine Murakami, the teacher of my One Laptop Per Child Service Learning course at Columbus School for Girls and the person who inspired me to start this mission! Mrs. Murakami introduced me to service learning through technology and taught me all of the computer skills and knowledge that I plan to pass on to the students in Ghana. She has served as my teacher and mentor and spent countless hours teaching me the ins and outs of XO laptops, the computer program Scratch, and teaching in general! For years, Mrs. Murakami has taught computer science as a means of service learning, culminating with an annual service trip to deliver OLPC's XO laptops and lessons to elementary school students in St. John. It goes without saying that her experience and input was invaluable to my preparation and lesson planning, and, without her help, my dream of traveling to Africa to teach computer science to girls at all-girls schools would have never been more than a fleeting thought. None of this work would have been possible without Mrs. Murakami, Adam, and everyone else's help!