Article subtitle: "How a Computer for the Poor Got Stomped by Tech Giants"
"I'm not good at selling laptops," Mr. Negroponte has told colleagues. "I'm good at selling ideas."
"From my point of view, if the world were to have 30 million" laptops made by competitors "in the hands of children at the end of next year, that to me would be a great success," he said in a recent interview. "My goal is not selling laptops. OLPC is not in the laptop business. It's in the education business."