Question Box is a new project from a group who call themselves Open Mind. The Question Box is installed in cities where computer technology just isn’t feasible. In fact, most of the people who live in these areas don’t know how to read or write, so even if they could afford something like a cheap Dell or HP, it wouldn’t matter.
The Question Box allows people of the town to ask questions directly while live operators can provide them with answers through a speaker. It’s like a “live” Internet.
Sounds like an awesome idea! Check out the site to watch a video showing how it works or donate to help support the project.