On Sat, 27 Dec 2008, Samuel Klein wrote:

> Aha!  Yes, I've made that a response to the recent spot.  As for the
> comments... this is a chance to work on your skill at teaching through
> one-liners.
> There are a few other great videos up that are worth sharing where
> appropriate; Joels video of an 8 and 10-year old repairing a keyboard
> comes to mind.  For those who haven't seen it:
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pus_fA1Tv9w

as a suggestion for people generating videos like this, please subtitle 
them in english.

while I understand that much of the world uses a primary laguange other 
than english, english does serve as the common denominator for a lot of 
international communication.

besides, a very large percentage of the people who need to get the message 
are in the US, and very few of them know many other languages.

David Lang

> Project4Awesome has some tips for using YouTube to spread an idea
> [they run an annual 'take over YT for charity' day every Dec. 17] -
> http://www.projectforawesome.com/?page_id=16
>
> SJ
>
> On Sat, Dec 27, 2008 at 9:53 PM, S Page <i...@skierpage.com> wrote:
>>>  the common reaction "How are kids going to use laptops in the middle of
>>> the jungle?  give them food!"
>>
>> I didn't know about "OLPC Mission: Part 2 The XO Laptop" ,
>> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMeX2D4AOjM
>> That video is outstanding!  I don't know how to suggest it as a stock
>> response to the doubters.
>>
>> --
>> =S
>>
>>
>>
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