You've heard the talk about the XO-1.5 laptop having a dual boot of Gnome and Sugar user interfaces on the Fedora 11 core. You've been thinking how this dual boot system might work, and how easy it would be to jump back and forth between the two.
Well wonder no more - here is an OLPC News exclusive video of the XO-1.5 laptop dual boot in action, seamlessly and quickly shifting between user interfaces:
Don't you wish your XO-1 could make such an easy transition between Sugar Learning Platform and Teapot's Optimized Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid? But more relevant to OLPC's stated aims - how might a dual boot between Sugar and Gnome expand educational opportunities for children in the developing world?