The Internet-in-a-Box is a small, inexpensive device which provides essential Internet resources without any Internet connection. It provides a local copy of a terabyte of the world's Free information. The device includes Wikipedia in 37 languages, a library of 40,000 e-books, most of the world's open source software and source code, hundreds of hours of instructional videos, and world-wide mapping down to street level. It can be deployed as a "knowledge hotspot" anywhere in the world - even under solar power. This Open Source project is being developed by volunteers in southern California. We are seeking schools and communities worldwide who would benefit from our work. There are currently nine trial deployments at schools in Sierra Leone (3), Pakistan, Kiribati, Malawi, Haiti (2), and Los Angeles.