The content goes back to September 2005 and includes presentations, demonstrations, and interviews in many different languages.
The most interesting part of the site, however, are the clips of children working with the little green machine in the six countries where the test models have been distributed.
It’s impossible to miss the excitement of the kids while playing with the unique little devices.
However, far more exciting will be seeing what they do with this connection to the rest of the world they now have in their hands.
I hope their teachers understand the power for learning they have in their classrooms.
Update (5/18): Wayan notes in the comments that OLPC.tv is actually not connected to the project. He also links to his OLPC News, another independent site documenting the progress of the little green machine.