A website describing the Computer Connects program will be launched at www.computerconnects.org. As Net Literacy ramps up the number of computers student volunteers repurpose from over 3,000 in 2008 to a projected 5,000-6,000 in 2009, additional schools are becoming involved in this program. Slipstream CDs created by 2008 Board Chair Brian Kelley now have Microsoft Volume License Keys integrated into them, and significantly speed up the process. Repurposing 100 computers in one day was the “word record” for Net Literacy and required a dozen student volunteers 13 hours of hard work in 2007. In 2009, half a dozen student volunteers can now repurpose 100 PIVs using Brian Kelley’s slipstream CD in seven hours. “See” more about Computer Connects at www.computerconnects.org!