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Israeli Keepod for Those Who Can’t Afford a Computer – Ben Sales (JTA via Daily Alert)

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Israeli Keepod for Those Who Can’t Afford a Computer – Ben Sales (JTA)
Based in Tel Aviv, the Keepod company aims to provide the world’s poorest countries with widespread computer and Internet access.
By putting a modern computer operating system on a USB drive, users are able to connect to the Internet using older – and much less expensive – computers.
Keepods cost $7, and by allowing users to store their personal information on the drive, people can use their individual Keepods to share a single computer.

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