The 100 dollar notebook

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By Latok

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28-12-2008, 18:50

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4b4GkGMiBDQ

Even John Lennon supports the 100 dollar notebook ^_^

By Yukio

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26-11-2009, 21:05

Something is smelling fish!
By the way ... 2009/11/25.
Well ... Dead fishes and bad smelling. Some children's without lessons and others without the microcomputer too!

By Tanni

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27-03-2010, 15:37

By Latok

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27-03-2010, 17:37

Hm, so in Germany it's the same as in Holland. Kids don't know how to write properly anymore. And basic math is also quite a hassle.

By AuroraMSX

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27-03-2010, 17:53

Hm, so in Germany it's the same as in Holland. Kids don't know how to write properly anymore. And basic math is also quite a hassle.There's an already rather old research report that says that even teachers don't know how to properly write, so what'd you expect? Sad

By Yukio

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11-05-2010, 17:57

Hm, so in Germany it's the same as in Holland. Kids don't know how to write properly anymore. And basic math is also quite a hassle.There's an already rather old research report that says that even teachers don't know how to properly write, so what'd you expect? Sad

Sad, but true ... This seems to be the case of Brazil too! The new 'developed' country (10 º biggest economy on the planet), after years trying to reach the " First World" category ...

By Yukio

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30-05-2010, 00:05

It can not use the JDK, it is weird that Java is not allowed into NetBooks. Even on the ones that use Windows XP ,this seems to be strange, after all the philosophy of Java is written once and run in every machine ...

Dedicated Linux top-box is not allowed either.

Restrictive laws and rules are wicked .

By Tanni

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16-10-2012, 18:07

OLPC mentioned here

Post subject: Anyone know anything about electronics? Posted: Mon Oct 15, 2012 11:24 pm

tsulaokiw
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"tsulaokiw" wrote:

I have no electricity at my house. I used to have a solar panel, but my goats destroyed it. I'm going to get one of these pedal powered generators, so I can get on the internet at my house, but I'm not very good with electronics and even though I've been researching for about a month now here at the library, I can't quite figure out what the best one for low-power usage is. I found out about the Gecko Edubook and the OLPC laptop, but I tried to order the previous one and it appears it's not being made anymore (although their emails are too confusing to tell), and the later doesn't look like it's available in North America. ...

Post subject: Re: Anyone know anything about electronics? Posted: Mon Oct 15, 2012 11:45 pm

Bob Johnson
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"Bob Johnson" wrote:

You used to be able to get the OLPC unit in the first world via a donation to charity. I don't know whether that's still possible.

If nothing else you could get an old laptop with a small screen; check the battery life figures, this may help you decide.

Quoted the posts here, as they will get pruned some day.

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