The citizens of Serrana, Brazil, are not waiting around for Intel Corp. or Nicholas Negroponte’s One Laptop Per Child to deliver low-cost PCs to their school children, reports CNET. Instead, they’re taking the matter into their own hands: Starting at the end of this month, the Serrana Digital Desk project will get underway when 200 "surface PCs"–digital desks that use a low-cost tablet display–will be placed in classrooms in the city of 45,000. It’s a trial run of a new, very local program that is intended to give kids computers in the classroom while involving as many community members as possible in the implementation of the project…

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