2 Entrance to computer center, part of the town school.
3 Old, old PCs were used in the computer learning center. The center director's PC is front & center.
4 A principle motive of mine for going to Sta. Marta was to introduce Linux as a substitute for Windows — to save expensive licensing fees. Linux is becoming widely used in developing countries. Here, the center director works through his first installation of Ubuntu Linux.
5 Computer center director has his first experience using programs running under Linux.
6 One of the computer center technicians poses outside the Computer Center.
7 The fellow on the left runs the local, computer controlled, hydroponic, tomato growing facility. They were falling back on manual controls because an old Apple computer, used as a controller, was malfunctioning. So he brought it to Manuela's (after the electricity came back on) for a consultation with me. Sadly, I had to tell him it was beyond hope. Luckily, our group had brought along some donated PCs and the best one went to him. COCODA's leader, Tim, is to the right.