Politics 'stifling $100 laptop'

A lack of "big thinking" by politicians has stifled a scheme to distribute laptops to children in the developing world, a spokesman has said.

Walter Bender of One Laptop per Child (OLPC) said politicians were unwilling to commit because "change equals risk".

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Skynetone3949d ago

they could send a few angry e-mails

bourner3949d ago

thats what i was going to say lol . havent got washing machine , pen paper , running water . at least they can blog a bout it oh wait no internet

Marty83703949d ago

You guys are shocking. You don't know how lucky you are too have those things you take for granted. Why mock those who arn't as fortunate.

BTW - There are ways too recieve internet in 3rd world countries.