Nearly seven years ago, Nicholas Negroponte unveiled his plan for a $100 laptop computer for children in developing countries. This developed into the One Laptop Per Child project, which produces low-cost laptops for developing countries. What has been accomplished since then? Thanks to Muhammad Saleem for suggesting this infographic.
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