"It's a threat Microsoft can't let stand: the entire third world
learning Linux as children, and growing up to use it. And Microsoft
is going to get its way.
"It comes after a sudden wave of SCO-like problems for the OLPC
project. A specious patent lawsuit over keyboards. Board-member
Intel thrown out of the project for attempting to convince national
governments to drop OLPC purchases and go with its own (Windows)
product. First, OLPC is shown what its problems will be if it
doesn't cooperate with Microsoft. Then, Microsoft approaches with
money and technical help--you just have to run Windows to get
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