Aufstieg und Fall des XO Laptops

Interessanter Artikel in der Times Online über den XO Laptop (auch OLPC, One Laptop per Child oder 100-Dollar-Laptop genannt):

At the World Economic Forum in Davos in January 2005, Nicholas Negroponte, supreme prophet of digital connectivity, revealed a strange tent-like object. It was designed to change the world and to cost $100. It was a solar-powered laptop. Millions would be distributed to children in the developing world, bringing them connection, education, enlightenment and freedom of information. The great, the good, the rich and the technocrats nodded in solemn approval.

And then some of them tried to kill it.

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