One really cool article I’ve read lately from JHR is about a boy the same age as me, 15, in Sierra Leone who built his own FM transmitter for his own radio station! He had previously figured out how to power lights and provide electricity by making his own batteries, and he has now made his own radio station with him as the DJ, known as DJ Focus. The need for electricity is great in Sierra Leone, and even though the boy, (Kelvin)’s power only goes on once a week, it has a great impact on his community. His next project will be to create a windmill that will provide electricity to his community, and he is also the youngest person ever invited to the ‘Visiting Practitioner’s Program” at MIT! I’d say thats a pretty big accomplishment for someone so young. For more information, go to http://www.cbc.ca/strombo/technology-1/this-15-year-old-from-sierra-leone-builds-batteries-transmitters-and-generators-out-of-scrap.html?p=home&s=home.