Electronic Information for Libraries. eIFL.net is an independent foundation that strives to lead, negotiate, support and advocate for the wide availability of electronic resources by library users in transition and developing countries. Its main focus is on negotiating affordable subscriptions on a multi-country consortial basis, while supporting the enhancement of emerging national library consortia in member countries.Some important work being done to bridge the digital divide. One project is Library in a Box. The plan is to distribute a cutting-edge open-source ILS on a CD. What they are describing sounds better than our current system. The catalog would be PINES and/or Koha, with all the required libraries. No additional downloads required. Then a front end like NCSU recently unveiled. This would be based on Collex/Solr/Lucene. Amazing.