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In the links above, mind the following:

"I noticed in the article that OLPC News is used to attack OLPC. So I went to Google and while they pretend to be linked in some way in Google's ads, they are not, which is likely why they had to change their name. They should change it again. It's misleading. They are an anti-OLPC site, in my eyes, since they always manage to say something negative. So don't be fooled."

( http://www.groklaw.net/article.php?story=20071223132431291 )

See? That relates to that other discussion.

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