It’s nearly the end of the year, and not any year: 2012 has been the first year of our blog, and an incredible year for Timbuktu! As part of the celebrations, we made a little roundup of our most popular blog post this year. So, whether you are a new friend…
ipad apps for children
It’s never too early to learn programming. And, as we were just saying, what better way to teach it than through a game? Of course, there is one. For iPad. Video and images via Cargo-Bot
Learn math through game development. Create an app to understand photosynthesis. Figure out thermal energy with gameplaying. Wouldn’t that be every child’s (and many parent’s) dream? Except it’s not a dream, it’s a true story by GameDesk.
Band-Aids, they are no fun. Or are they? Well, when combined with the Muppets in an augmented reality iPad app, they can actually be pretty exciting. Video via Gizmodo
The fact that Internet is changing the way our brains work is no news. But Elon University and Pew Internet and American Life Project just published a great report that goes way further. They’ve asked to 1000 gurus – like Danah Boyd, Clay Shirky, David Weinberger, Alexandra Samuel, and Janna…
One of our smallest fans just woke up in Rome and started to play with Timbuktu! How about you and your kids? We would love to receive your photos with the magazine! The cutest ones will get a special surprise in the next issue!