Being Disruptive

Here we go. At Hubert Burda’s DLD, Nicholas Negroponte is holding up a working model of the 100 Dollar Laptop. My little one is still (sometimes) toying around with her Barbie Laptop (which is a purple piece of plastic litter, disguised as a real computer). It’s disruptive, too. Because it blinks and squeaks all the time. Negroponte’s Kddie-Laptop looks like a hard plastic clam shelled soap dish with pointy ears, crossbred with a silly wind up toy. But  if you want to talk disruptive, this thing surely will become so. This is a mean machine. In about a decade, we’re going to see the first real effects all over the world.
Nicholas NegroponteThe 150 Dollar Laptop

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