Home Tech How an Argentinian govt. program that issued netbooks to 4M low-income college students from 2011 to 2015 helped not directly create a brand new technology of teenybopper musicians (Juan José Relmucao/Remainder of World)
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How an Argentinian govt. program that issued netbooks to 4M low-income college students from 2011 to 2015 helped not directly create a brand new technology of teenybopper musicians (Juan José Relmucao/Remainder of World)




Juan José Relmucao / Remainder of World:

How an Argentinian govt. program that issued netbooks to 4M low-income college students from 2011 to 2015 helped not directly create a brand new technology of teenybopper musicians  —  Working-class teenagers turned junked machines into musical devices.  —  • BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA





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