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Educational Linux Distro Provides Tech-Bundle For Kids and Educators 55

Posted by samzenpus
from the learning-linus dept.
First time accepted submitter Jason Hibbets writes "Ubermix is a version of Linux designed for kids and educators. 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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Educational Linux Distro Provides Tech-Bundle For Kids and Educators

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  • by Anonymous Coward on Thursday March 14, 2013 @03:59AM (#43168605)

    A distro is just s version of Linux

    You have managed the unprecedented achievement of misspelling a one-letter word.

    Please turn in your geek badge to the nearest Grammar Nazi station, it will be replaced with an identical one except your photo will be upside down.

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