"When Seattle, Washington resident David Ruggiero heard about an
opportunity to get his hands on the innovative XO laptop made by
the One Laptop Per Child charitable organization, he hopped on it.
Within two hours after the promotion began on Nov. 12 he snapped
"'It was for a good cause and also I really wanted a cool geeky
toy for myself,' Ruggiero says. Two and half months after placing
his order, Ruggiero still has no XO, and he--and many others who
took advantage of OLPC's Give One, Get One program--are furious
about having to deal with a litany of problems associated with the
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