Edward Mokurai Cherlin
Having Etoys in the standard Sugar software distribution for the One Laptop Per Child XO and other computers means that we can for the first time integrate software into a curriculum. Previously, students had infrequent and irregular access to computers in school, and no uniformity in hardware or software. Now children get to take their Etoys home and do collaborative homework in it.
Plus it's way cool software, and I have been wanting to do this since I first saw Smalltalk in 1981 and heard about the Dynabook.
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