120841824 karma2015-04-23 17:57:58 UTC
What do you think is the best way to motivate future generations of children to get involved. My nephews, 7&8 respectively, know far more than I did at around that age, when I just used paintbrush on Windows 5.0 and played basic games.
They've got their own iPads and play their games. What do you think I can do to get them more interested in coding and technology? so they don't just become part of that generation that stares at their screen all day pointlessly but actually does something useful with that knowledge.
Also, how viable do you think self-driving, self-operating, technology is?
And if you're Reddittors, what are your favorite subs?
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120841822 karma2013-09-18 04:41:49 UTC
Hey, just saw this, too bad I missed it. I used a lot of your stuff for my projects, you probably got a bunch of emails from me sending them.
120841822 karma2013-11-06 09:31:35 UTC
Hey, I was around for the 2004 one too. Just saw this thread and thought I'd chime in. I was 15 at the time, so around your age. Some family friends invited my parents and I for a Christmas trip to Phuket. Worst decision ever. Before I joined them, my parents decided to go to the Maldives for a few days on their own and after leaving found out that the island they were on was completely sunken. It was really freaky, I never expected that to happen for a holiday. Was trapped forever in the hotel, couldn't get out.
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