If you're not familiar with it, the HeliOS project is an effort to get computers into the hands of kids who might not otherwise be able to afford them. To date this year, they've distributed over 300 machines. Apparently that's not enough to keep them from making an enemy. A middle school teacher named Karen observed one of her students demonstrating the abilities of his Linux-powered laptop to ...
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