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Hey Tony,

Figured since it's about that season where people are all about "giving", thought you could toss your One Laptop per Child link onto the site and see if we can get any more donations.

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Good call!

Good call!

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The OLPC now accept small

The OLPC now accept small donations so I will just link to their donation page, that way they can handle the money. The only downside is we don't see if any money get donated.

Thanks for reminding me.

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what's the OLPC??ya ya ,it

what's the OLPC??ya ya ,it sounds difficult .

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It's a Good Thing

One Laptop Per Child. It's a manually or solar rechargeable (I don't recall which), low power consumption, mesh networked, very low cost laptop.

Contribute, if you can. There are a potload of soi-disant charities that are primarily in the business of charity. This is the real deal.

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gary

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