Here are a bunch of tech links we’ve enjoyed reading this week. We hope you like them as much as we did.

 

We know a few kids who would love this DIY Minecraft rainbow loom bracelet.

NYC parents: Mark you calendar for a free afternoon at the National Museum of Mathematics on January 27th.

Our Editor Liz shares her top picks for parents from CES on MommyTech TV.

We can’t believe these scary unlicensed Frozen games for kids actually exist. Whoa.

Hope you’ll join us for a CNN Tech Twitter Chat today at 1pm EST! We’ll be talking tech and parenting, plus lots more hot topics. Make sure you’re following @coolmomtech and our host, @kellywallacetv, and follow the hashtag #digitallife.

As big fans of Scribd for free printables and ebooks, we’re excited to see they’ve added new stuff from Macmillan.

Such a smart tech gadget: A flat extension cord

How smart is this flat extension cord?  (via amyetotherescue on Pinterest)

Did you see how the Golden Globes used Instagram this year? The shots are amazing.

Got a high sophomore or junior girl interesting in tech and coding? Check out these free tech summer immersion camps.

The Royals are now on Twitter! Are you following them?

Great news from Facebook: They’ll be introducing amber alerts near you in your Facebook news feed.

And in honor of the awful Charlie Hebdo attack, Apple launches a new app to help iOS users show solidarity around the world.

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