BBC.com reports that next year, members of the general public will be able to purchase the $100 laptop, but with a catch: customers will have to buy two at once, with the second laptop going to the developing world. Speaking at the Consumer Electronics show, Michalis Bletsas, chief connectivity officer for the One Laptop Per Child Project, said that if the laptops were available to the public now, they would do “very good business.” Bletsas also said that the project is working with eBay to distribute and sell the machine…