The Humane Reader Brings Wikipedia to Impoverished Areas

By: Michael Hines - Published: Aug 4, 2010 • References: humaneinfo & gizmag
Braddock Gaskill wants everyone to have access to Wikipedia via his Humane Reader. The Humane Reader is an offline version of Wikipedia that is projected through a television.

The Internet is available almost everywhere we look, but that unfortunately isn't the reality in many developing nations. The Humane Reader would cost $20 if produced 10,000 units at a time. Check out the links to learn more about Braddock Gaskill's awesome Internet initiative. Stats for TV-Projected Encyclopedias Trending: Older & Chilly
Research: 221 clicks in 303 w
Interest: 3.2 minutes
Concept: Humane Reader
Related: 33 examples / 25 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55+
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