Some of you will know about the bbc micro, the bbc micro:bit and the bbc project to roll out computers to school children.
Imagine if a partnership with the bbc, and manufacturers could give each child in the UK a SAFENet farm, the chance to earn pocket money, alongside some simple safenet experiments.
Preloaded with educational apps? Email and communication apps, web publishing apps, my first safe-cms website.
A lot of barriers to programming for the internet are removed by the SAFENet project, no need to register a domain name etc… it is the school children who could benefit the most.
Too ambitious @SarahPentland ?
Edit: There was someone on this forum who proposed building dedicated farming rigs? Maybe they would be interested in such a project?