Educational Linux distro provides tech-bundle for kids and educatorsMar 18, 2013, 06:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Finally, a version of Linux designed for kids and education. In this interview with Jim Klein, founder of Ubermix, we discover a Linux distribution designed with kids, education, and educators in mind. This could change the way our the next generation learns about Linux and open source software like Celestia, Stellarium, Scratch, VirtualLab Microscope, iGNUit, and more."
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