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Why OLPC?
[OLPC, open source, technology]

In case you still don't understand why a kid who wants for clean water needs a laptop, you can hear Negraponte ask that question:

http://link.brightcove.com/services/link/bcpid79489195/bclid60818931/bctid336122058


And if you're converted but just need your technical fix:
http://www.linuxtoday.com/infrastructure/2007010902326NWHWEV

I have seen it, touched it, and played with it. The final industrial design prototype for the XO, the device that the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) Initiative is going to start shipping to countries across the world this summer. AMD hosted a luncheon on Monday to give the press an update on the project, and to unveil the completed design.

Although the exterior form factor is now pretty much set ("Unless," said OLPC official Michalis Bletsas half-jokingly, "Nicholas has another late-night inspiration.")

posted by Yishay Mor on Saturday 13th, January 2007 (00:31) - comments (0) - permanent link