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Near Near Future reports today on the "Infothela" project in India, a bicycle rickshaw with high-speed internet access, multiple computers, and a mission to "improve education, health care and access to agricultural information in India's villages." The project is organized by the Indian Institute of Technology, which runs a rural wireless network to help bring information tech to the rural masses of India. NNF links to more info at USA Today and Smart Mobs.


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