It’s not a laptop project. It’s an education project.
Sean and I try to give to charity as much as possible especially around the holidays. This year we donated to OLPC (one laptop per child). I feel it’s a great program to help educate children in other countries. A donation of $200 pays for one XO laptop to be delivered to a child in a developing nation. The contribution is tax-deductible.
The XO laptop was designed by experts from academia and industry. It was designed to handle extreme environmental conditions as well as technological issues. It’s durable, brilliantly functional, efficient, responsive and of course fun!
“I use my computer very carefully so that it will not spoil. I use it to type, I use it to write, I use it to draw, I use it to play games… I’m using my computer at home to type assignments.” – what the children are saying
Read more about this mission righ here.
deanna November 25, 2007 at 12:56 pm
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This is a great organization. I just came across it on Twitter – you can check them out here – http://twitter.com/OLPC