scratch – programing language for kids

Scratch is a graphical programming language for kids that was designed at the MIT Media Lab. To write a program in Scratch, you connect colored code blocks together. The blocks fit together only if they make computational sense. Scratch is free and available for most operating systems.

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Working at the intersection between philosophy, art and technoscience
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