Firstly, my apologies to anyone who might actually read this blog, as I haven't posted in a while.
Anyway, I read in the New York Times today that Libya has signed a contract with One Laptop Per Child, which will provide Libya's schools with a $100 laptop for each of Libya's 1.2 million schoolchildren. As you might expect, these laptops will be running the best and least expensive OS in the world: Linux.
Actually, this represents a growing trend towards Open Source in developing nations. More on this (hopefully) later.