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Kano review: A DIY computer and coding kit for curious minds

09/10/2014

We live in an age where many children have access to smartphones, tablets and laptops. They’re powerful and intuitive, offering (...)
We live in an age where many children have access to smartphones, tablets and laptops. They’re powerful and intuitive, offering the Web and an ever-growing library of apps to explore. Learning and accessing information has never been easier. But these children, and a ton of adults too, have little exposure to a computer’s inner workings. Nor do they truly understand how their favorite apps and software work. The sleek, packaged products we have today are creating a generation of passive users, rather than builders and makers. Kano wants to be the LEGO of computers and coding. The company has created a... This story continues at The Next Web The post Kano review: A DIY computer and coding kit for curious minds appeared first on The Next Web. We live in an age where many children have access to smartphones, tablets and laptops. They’re powerful and intuitive, offering the Web and an ever-growing library of apps to explore. Learning and accessing information has never been easier. But these children, and a ton of adults too, have little exposure to a computer’s inner workings. Nor do they truly understand how their favorite apps and software work. The sleek, packaged products we have today are creating a generation of passive users, rather than builders and makers. Kano wants to be the LEGO of computers and coding. The company has created a... This story continues at The Next Web The post Kano review: A DIY computer and coding kit for curious minds appeared first on The Next Web.
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