from the center to the diesel generator outside.
Looking at this setup, I knew the minute thereporters left,
the generator would get to a more urgent task.
And the people at the community center would go back to worry about challenges
that couldn't be solved by a personal computer.
When I gave my prepared remarks to the press, I said Soweto is a milestone.
There's major decisions ahead about whether technology
will leave the developing world behind.
This is to close the gap.
But as I read those words, I knew they weren't super relevant.
What I didn't say was, by the way,
we're not focused on the fact that half a million people on this continent are
dying every year from malaria.
But we are sure as hell going to bring you computers.
Before I went to Soweto, I thought I understood the world's problems
but I was blind to many of the most important ones.
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