A kiosk consists of a touchmonitor, a computer, and perhaps a
printer--all enclosed in a secure cabinet. Kiosks can
deliver information or they can promote and sell products and
services. Most kiosks are located in public places, such as
stores, airports, malls, museums, art galleries, botanical gardens,
and hotel and corporate lobbies. They're also increasingly prevalent
in factories and office buildings, where they afford employees access
to benefits information and job postings.