February 24th, 2013
Young people today have lots of experience… interacting with new technologies, but a lot less so of creating [or] expressing themselves with new technologies. It’s almost as if they can read but not write.
MIT Media Labs’ Mitch Resnick | Everyone Should Code  (via courtenaybird)
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    lawl @ CSI But yeah, this is a perfectly legitimate complaint. Relatedly, I also worry a bit that sloppily-implemented...
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    My primary concern about the “everyone should code!” thing is the focus on coding as the alpha and omega of software...
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