Tuukka Hastrup from Finland consults for FLOSS Manuals, a collaborative manual and document writing software.
October 24, 2011
Students from the Illinois Institute of Technology are building solar power for OLPC projects in Haiti.
The idea is to be able to transmit data over large areas using short waves when there might not be internet. Here he is transmitting text over sound.
E-Toys is presented by Yoshiki Ohshima, one of the creators of the E-Toys app for the OLPC Laptop project.
October 22, 2011
Sameer Verma presents the OLPC Summit in San Francisco. The mayor proclamated October 22nd 2011 the One Laptop Per Child Day in San Francisco. It’s going to be 2 days of OLPC sessions, work, collaboration, projects, I will video-blog interviews with people involved with the worldwide OLPC deployments project.
The OLPC Summit is underway in San Francisco for the third year. Programmers, hardware engineers, teachers, collaborators, volunteers from around the world gather in San Francisco to prepare the deployment of millions more laptops to the worlds children, to improve education, giving everyone in the world the equal access to information and equal opportunity.