This probably is, more than anything else, simply an indication of how little I’ve been following the Squeak community lately, but I was extremely happy to discover that Squeak will be on the [OLPC](https:// The concentration appears to be on [eToys] (, an extension of Morphic that allows kids (and, with considerably more effort, adults) to make interactive graphics without writing code. If you’re interested, Google Video hosted a great video of Alan Kay demonstrating various Squeak technologies (sadly since taken down), including eToys and Croquet, that will give you an idea of how powerful a tool these kids are going to have. Another video that I think is a great watch is Squeak in Extremadura, which shows how schoolchildren in Argentina are using Squeak and eToys in their computing courses, and gives a good idea how Squeak can be integrated into a school curriculum.