There is an interesting front page article on One Laptop Per Child
this morning in the Wall Street Journal. Steve Stecklow takes the
position that OLPC's computer for the poor was stomped by tech giants
Intel and Microsoft.
I'd like to take the position that if OLPC is getting stomped (and I
don't think its being "stomped" at all), its due to its own
foolishness and arrogance, as much or more than any underhanded
competition form Intel or Microsoft.
I've detailed my opinion here:
and I welcome your comments, opinions, and convictions.