Wednesday, June 21, 2006

 
More Criticism of $100 Laptop Project

Here's some more criticism of MIT's $100 laptop program--focused, like my other posts on OLPC (One Laptop Per Child), on trying to roll out a centralized, government-administered, proprietary program like this. Tony Roberts, head of a charity that supplies refurbished PCs to the developing world, suspects that the private sector will supply cheap computers to emerging markets faster and better than OLPC. He's right.

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