In November 2005, at the World Summit on the Information Society held in Tunis, Nicholas Negroponte, The previous director of the MIT Media Lap and founder of Wired Magazine unveiled the concept of a $100 laptop computer, The Children’s Machine, designed for students in the developing world. The price has increased to US$180, however. The project is part of a broader program by One Laptop Per Child, a non-profit organisation started by Negroponte and other Media Lab faculty, to extend Internet access in developing countries.