In South Africa, believe it or not, there are no stolen white Volvos, zero, because there's no market for stolen white Volvos. But there are lots of stolen MercedesOne Laptop Project reaches critical stages Feb 09, 2006
There's a whole subculture of people that submit things like this to tests to make sure we have the most rugged objectOne Laptop Project reaches critical stages Feb 09, 2006
We wish MLAsia well and expect that some research will continue between the Media Lab-MIT and IITs. We are fully prepared to consider future case-by-case research projects with the government, IITs or other Indian organizationsFeature: Charges as India-MIT deal fails May 13, 2003
You set up a point of access in your home or office, and it radiates a certain distanceFuture wireless 'Net to change telecom Jul 24, 2002
What's happening isn't just that telephone companies have taken on too much debtFuture wireless 'Net to change telecom Jul 24, 2002
Nicholas Negroponte (born December 1, 1943) is a Greek-American architect and computer scientist best known as the founder and Chairman Emeritus of Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Media Lab, and also known as the founder of The One Laptop per Child association (OLPC).
Negroponte was born to Dimitri John, a Greek shipping magnate, grew up in New York City's Upper East Side. He is the younger brother of John Negroponte, former United States Deputy Secretary of State.
He attended many schools, including Buckley (NYC), Le Rosey (Switzerland) and Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Connecticut where he graduated in 1961. Subsequently, he studied at MIT as both an undergraduate and graduate student in Architecture where his research focused on issues of computer-aided design. He earned a Master's degree in architecture from MIT in 1966.