Only 5 million of Bangladesh’s 152 million citizens have regular Internet access. Three-quarters live in rural villages. The Info ladies, a group of about 50 women in their early 20s, travel through the countryside equipped with a laptop computer, a tablet, a Smartphone, a digital camera, and a glucometer ministering to the technologically impoverished. As they bike from village to village in matching uniforms (the pink and blue seen here has recently given way to lavender), they help villagers with a range of digital tasks, such as taking blood-sugar readings and looking up information on crops. Their most requested activity is setting up Skype (MSFT) calls to male relatives, many of whom have left to take jobs in the Middle East.