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Negroponte to share vision at Red Hat summit

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The head of the $100 laptop project will present a keynote at Red Hat's second user conference.

Virtualisation and Linux's push onto the desktop are expected to be key themes at Red Hat's annual user conference, which begins on Wednesday in Nashville, Tennessee.

The four-day event will feature keynote speeches from company executives such as Red Hat chief executive Matthew Szulik, former MIT guru Nicholas Negroponte, and Eben Moglen, founding director of The Software Freedom Law School.

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