I came across an article which mentioned Uruguay was distributing dual-booting PCs to students. I was concerned that that other OS would be distributed deliberately to students but no, its XO-Sugar and GNOME dual booting. Chuckle.
“The XO-HS will also sport a dual-boot Linux operating system, offering both the education-focused Sugar interface developed by the OLPC, as well as the the Gnome Desktop environment that can let students have a shot at mainstream productivity applications.”
Combined with Uruguay promoting DSL broadband for everyone ($30 for the modem – no monthly charge) and you have a whole country going Free. I like it.