A web version of my SchoolTools CD which instead just links to the download websites (I used this CD to carry around to schools in Jamaica which had dialup, if any, Internet access)
The NetWorker is a contact management/web/email/SMS group notification system I built while in Jamaica. It allows SMS users to send SMS (or emails) to groups of people within the master database of users (which can be customized and sub-searched with the email address being sent to; e.g. [email protected] performed a live search for all volunteers housed or working in Kingston and sent them an SMS; pcj-it searched for it volunteers island-wide). People could create and join groups (via the web interface), and subscribe to selected newsfeeds (weather alerts, local news, etc.). It was great for coordination of events, parties, and for the Peace Corps Office to send out security alerts in parallel with using their phone-tree system.
We also developed a GIS map of the (previously unmapped) Kingston bus system and allowed searches of routes, points of interest, and roads/stops via SMS
As a Peace Corps volunteer in Jamaica, I re-mastered Knoppix to provide a Jamaican visual theme. It came pre-loaded with educational software, including the Tux4Kids customizations above. It also ran as a portable web-server (with apache) that served the complete MOEYC website.
It automatically detected and connected to the Internet through compatible GPRS-enabled cell phones on the digicel network.