[Edu-sig] FYI: PataPata postmortem link
ianb at colorstudy.com
Wed Nov 29 17:31:18 CET 2006
> As a point of real-world reference, I have communicated a bit with my
> son - working now in the South Pacific equivalent of the bush, for the
> U.S. Peace Corps - about OLPC, i.e. the availablility of inexpensive
> laptops that can used in an environment without ready access to electicity.
> He tells me books are difficult to access, and that he could see it as a
> great advantage to be able to retrieve and distribute books and other
> text information electronically. Sounds logical, and the kind of thing I
> would expect OLPC to be focusing upon.
> What are we talking about here?
I think availability of non-programming information on the laptop is
really important too. But Arthur, this is the Python Edu-SIG, what do
you expect me to write about here?
Ian Bicking | ianb at colorstudy.com | http://blog.ianbicking.org
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