This year's Give One, Get One program for the One Laptop Per Child Foundation is being handled through Amazon.com, which is running TV commercials to promote awareness (and sales).
As the "Give One, Get One" laptops-for-the-developing-world program restarts in the U.S., honcho Nicholas Negroponte says it's also going global.
Michael Tiemann unwraps one of the the XO laptops from the G1G1 program.
Although it went mostly unnoticed over the holidays, the OLPC program released XO-1 sales figures for the promotion, which weren't bad for an unfinished machine.
A little green artifact from Nigeria transforms normal 9-year-old boy into multilingual, transcontinental cultural ambassador.
The Give One, Get One program (aka G1G1) is now open at http://laptopgiving.org. I needed two, so I gave two. Here begins my One Laptop Per Child experience as a parent.
Peter Glaskowsky becomes one of the first to order from the One Laptop Per Child project by getting up in the middle of the night.