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Loving Libyan Linux Laptops

I once tried to learn how to spell the name of Moammar Gadhafi only to find that the press had three to four different spellings depending on the magazine or newspaper. Libyan kids can go through the same frustration by using Google and their shiny new $100 Linux laptops, all thanks to Moammar who plans to give over a million youngsters laptops and satellite connections to the Internet. Meanwhile, I came across a Web site that lists 11 different ways to spell the Libyan leader’s name -- check it out here.

Posted by Doug Barney on October 18, 2006


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