Friday, 6 February 2009

You're never too young to publish

BBC NEWS | Technology | Nine-year-old writes iPhone code

A great story on the BBC, about a nine year old boy from Singapore, who's written an App for the iPhone, that allows users to draw on screen.

Lim Ding Wen began playing with computers aged two, started programming aged seven, and thousands have downloaded his latest creation. 

It all goes to show that young pups can learn new tricks just as easily as older dogs. The technological revolution is opening up new lines of innovation and creativity. Long may it continue. 

Time for the typo?

BBC NEWS | Education | Education minister's online typos

Poor old England Schools Minister, Jim Knight.

The erstwhile MP has been found to have left a number of typos on his blog, having encouraged English school children to pay closer attention to what they have written. Whoops!

Read all about it here.