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Marcin Maciejewski

Marcin Maciejewski

Kraków, Poland
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Any gift ideas for creative young kids?

I am planning to provide my child with a whole range of new apps on the iPad that we could play together. I will create a special folder for them and ...


Our children are growing up in the 21st Century and that means they need to learn the tools of the 21st Century. Handwriting has done more to destroy ...

Can technology delay toddler development?

One of my biggest concern is that the statement might be true. However basing on my observation (my son - 3 years old/cousins and neighbors toddlers ...

Is Apples' Kids Apps section actually up to the job?

thank you for sharing monstaponits! this is cool:)

Is Apples' Kids Apps section actually up to the job?

thank you for sharing mostapoints! this is a very cool idea!


I consider this initiative good but only very basic and partial solution. The age suitability is very much worth implementing as there is much ...

Is Apples' Kids Apps section actually up to the job?

It simply added an option to categorize an app to be dedicated to kids and one can pick up a range ( < 5, 6 - 9, 9 -11) to target the audience better. ...

Should schools replace textbooks with tablets?

yes, yes, yes.... I see little use in old-fashioned textbooks. There might be alternative to iPads but not tablets in general in my opinion.

Will young people who can’t create using digital technology get left behind in the future job market?

My personal opinion is that this question is similar to the problem if people who can't use a phone nowadays are left behind the market. Being a ...

What's the point of my reputation points?

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