I have covered the OLPC project several times already but I have not really dug deeper on its underlying OS. Mr. M. Tim Jones was kind enough to provide us with a first look of , the OLPC operating system user interface. He even mentions how you can play around with the OS without getting hold of the hardware, i.e., just download the OS and run it on your favorite virtual machine.
Whilst I have played around with the previous versions of the OLPC OS, I am tempted to try it again and see how much it has improved. Who knows? I might just find the time to do a full review, right? :)