For years, the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) initiative drew major headlines even as promises made by the initiative's organizers were routinely missed. The original idea behind OLPC was to create $100 computers that could arrive in the hands of poor kids all around the world. Too bad that $100 price point was never achieved, and other problems arose.
The OLPC platform has stayed around, though, and now One Laptop Per Child Australia has received $11.
Nicholas Negroponte, the nutty MIT professor who has championed the idea of cheap laptops for Third World children, is feuding with his own programmers. Negroponte's One Laptop Per Child is best known for its distinctive hardware —... Read Post
Google’s Bob Lee creates a much better image to go with our post yesterday about One Laptop Per Child and Windows teaming up. CrunchBase Information One Laptop Per Child Information provided by CrunchBase Crunch Network: CrunchBoard... Read Post