Katrina public web kiosk project
They have a site set up in Dallas TX, with 25 machines connected to the net. Its in a building owned by Walmart and other equipment was donated by Hotels.com. Great job!
"A Linux developer is organizing volunteers for a public "web station" project to assist Hurricane Katrina victims. Steve Hargadon's plan is to create numerous Linux-based public kiosks that boot directly into the Firefox browser and display a special home page with links to various services. In addition to offering disaster relief information and news, the kiosks will provide basic email capabilities via Yahoo!, Gmail, Earthlink, MS Hotmail, and other web-mail services." Katrina public web kiosk project wants volunteers
(Submitted by Noel Tue Sep 6, 2005 )
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