Mozilla helps young programmers change the web with Hackasaurus

February 17, 2011 § 1 Comment

Hackasaurus helps youth hack. Led by Atul Varma and Jessica Klein, the project held successful recent hack jams in Chicago and New York (above). The goal: make it easy for youth to explore and remix the web, through a set of tools and events that make digital literacy and programming approachable, social and fun. Check out this featured post on the MacArthur Foundation’s Spotlight on Digital Media and Learning. Test drive Hackasaurus tools like HTML Pad or X-Ray Goggles. Or share your ideas, tools and resources through the Hackasaurus mailing list or project wiki page.

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