[IAEP] OLPC at SCaLE 9X Photos For Folks who "Don't Do Facebook"
cwithers at ekindling.org
Wed Mar 2 13:28:46 EST 2011
Thank you Adam for forwarding Caryl's presentation! I was bummed that I
missed it but someone had to man the booth.
Great turnout (and nothing to do with the fact that we were adjacent to the
Linux4Chix booth)! There was a chemist/biologist who had a great idea for an
activity for kids...some type of drag and drop protein simulation/game for
kids, but she said she's technically challenged and wouldn't know how to go
about developing anything (hopefully she'll follow-up with the discussion on
the mailing list). There were a few potential developers, kids who LOVED the
XO, teachers who have heard of the initiative and those who haven't, a
couple of folks who just dropped by to say "thanks" for starting the netbook
craze and "great job and keep going" to OLPC.
Thank you Caryl for organizing this. You did such a tremendous and amazing
job at it!
On Mar 2, 2011 8:14 AM, "Holt" <holt at laptop.org> wrote:
> On 3/2/2011 11:02 AM, Christoph Derndorfer wrote:
>> I absolutely love this line:
>> "Sugar turns learning into play and play into learning"
> Indeed, Caryl trademarked that line last week, in preparation for her
> campaign to take on Obama in 2012!
> Her campaign materials are uploaded here -- don't forget to donate ;)
> Help kids everywhere map their world, at http://olpcMAP.net !
>> Am 02.03.2011 16:44, schrieb Caryl Bigenho:
>>> O.K. I thought when Facebook said photos could be viewed by "everyone"
>>> that meant _everyone_! I didn't know that didn't include those folks who
>>> don't have a fb account. So, I re-posted all of the photos on flickr
>>> too and transferred the captions. Every photo has a description so if
>>> you don't see it, scroll down a little bit. Enjoy.... at last!
>>> Caryl (aka GrannieB and Carolina)
> IAEP -- It's An Education Project (not a laptop project!)
> IAEP at lists.sugarlabs.org
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