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HACK Hacks: How to Restart a Quest
We’ve heard that kids want to play Fizzics again (and again and again) and relaunch the quest so they can play with friends or try new things. You ...
The Characters Behind the Characters: Riley
If you have opened a Hack Computer, chances are you’ve met Riley, your friendly, ambitious, and sometimes mischievous guide through the Hack conser...
How to Code: Valentine's Day Challenge
Who’s ready for a Valentine’s Day coding challenge? Today we are going to teach you how to create your very own V Day website including a personal...
Free Tools to Teach Kids how to Code.
Whether you are trying to test out the coding skills you've honed playing with the Hack Computer or just looking for an easy way to get your kids ...
Hack Laptop That Encourages Kids to Code Announces Pre-Release Beta Product
The Pre-Release Beta Laptop is Now Available to Select Consumers for Purchase Prior to Nationwide Launch San Francisco, CA (January 4, 2019) – Hack...
Techbridge Girls Meet the Hack Computer
In a room filled with about 30 middle-schoolers, as well as a handful of designers, game developers, and marketers, a student raises her hand and a...
Can You Draw Dr. Rowe’s Cats?
At Hack, we like to encourage people to have a different relationship with technology. Instead of making all of the decisions about your computer for you, we like to open things up for people to tinker with and participate in.
In this spirit, we are inviting you to help us design some really important characters within the Hack computer. Sounds cool, right?
Three Easy Tips to Help Your Kids Have a Healthy Relationship with Screens.
Since there isn’t a universally agreed upon number of minutes or hours that a child should spend interacting with phones, laptops, or television, it’s pretty normal to feel a little uneasy about all of this. To help out, here are some tips to make sure your child is having a healthy relationship with their media.
The Upside to Screen Time.
Is handing your child a phone, tablet or computer detrimental to their development? Are you stifling their interpersonal skills? Are you being a lazy parent? Most likely the answer to all of these questions is no, but we understand that computers and kids can be a really tricky area for parents to navigate.
Hacking for Good.
These days it’s nearly impossible to get through a news cycle without hearing a story about hacking. The term has been getting a bit of a bad rap ...
Meet Hack. The world’s first full-stack everyday laptop that helps kids learn how to code. The Hack computer was inspired by the notion that people learn best when they’re immersed in an environment that utilizes the skills they are trying to develop - just like learning a new language in a foreign country.