Sounding Out with the OLPC XO

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Look (and listen) in on the OLPC's laptop audio designs.

Dave Phillips is a professional musician and writer living in Findlay, Ohio. He's been using Linux since the mid-1990s and was one of the original founders of the Linux Audio Developers group. He is the author of The Book of Linux Music & Sound (No Starch Press, 2000) and has written many articles on Linux music and sound issues for various journals and on-line news sites. When he isn't playing with light and sound, he enjoys reading Latin literature, practicing t'ai chi, chasing shar-pei puppies and spending time with his beloved Ivy.

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OLPC Started It All

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The proliferation of netbooks today is all because of OLPC. If it weren't for Intel and OLPC's race for the low cost laptop, ASUS wouldn't even think of making the EEE PC then there wouldn't be the HP Mini Note, Acer Aspire One, etc.

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