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The Problems with One Laptop Per Child
Posted by: Justina Spencer
They are cultural, philosophical, and political.

Not even John Lennon can overcome the flaws, given their deep cultural basis.

Nicholas Negroponte, co-founder and director of the MIT Media Laboratory, introduced the idea for the $100 laptop in 2005. The laptop would be geared towards children in "developing nations." Its intent was to help education in those countries.

As it happens, though, the project hit some snags.
Source: ScienceBlogs (USA) | Published: January 7th, 2009

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