The Inquirer: Brazilian PC Scheme Founders on Linux, MS Politics
Feb 21, 2005, 19:00 (3 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Paulo Rebêlo)
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"The Brazilian government is once again trying to push a cheap
PC for lower income people who can't afford a reasonable computer.
It appears to be politics which is holding up implementation of the
"The only thing in common among all the digital inclusion
projects supported by the government, until now, is that none of
them have worked. Some didn't even leave the desks of the
bureaucrats, but did hit the Brazilian technology press with
terrific reviews, as usual..."