Friday, November the 2nd, 2007

Read. Moved.

Perhaps the direction my life ought to take is not so unclear.

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5 Responses to “India and the OLPC”

  1. anita says:

    i had visions of working on a project like that when i went to grad school. i guess i got sidetracked though…

  2. pundit says:

    Do you believe it’s too late to follow up on the original plan?

    I’m kinda stoked even without a real game plan.

  3. anita says:

    no, i don’t think it’s too late. i just don’t know how to.

  4. pundit says:

    Why don’t you try to plan your holiday somewhere where you can interact with some groups that you’re interested in being involved with? You can get to see and talk to them in person, and figure out how you can help them.

    There is a good chance the experience will be positive and fun—lining up with the whole “holidaying” thing.

  5. anita says:

    that is what i want (and intended) to do. but it takes time to find such a group and figure out the details. maybe next year. if i have money.

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