Today's Geo Quiz sends us to a South Pacific island.
It's a little spot on the world map.
It's about one and half times the size of Washington DC.
It's a self-governing island, though it's officially a dependency of New Zealand.
The island is often referred to as the "Rock of Polynesia."
Its natives simply call it "the rock."
This week the island made a bit of history.
It became first in the world to issue laptop computers to all its children.
Officials say a little green laptop was given to every primary and secondary school student on the island.
You'll have to operate with computer-like speed on this one...the answer's just a click away.
Again, we're looking for a coral island in the South Pacific....about 1500 miles northeast of New Zealand.
The South Pacific island we were looking for is Niue.
This week, every child there got a new computer. That's 500 in all.
It's part of the One Laptop Per Child initiative, which is supported by Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation, Google, and other businesses.
The head of a regional development agency says "the laptops have the potential to revolutionize education in ways that are difficult to imagine."