Here are some of our favorite tech links from around the web. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did.

Hooray for this girls’ summer coding camp, run by Karlie Kloss, which will sponsor 1000 girls in 50 camps across 25 cities.

Are you aware of the real dangers of those Facebook quizzes?

Here’s what one person discovered when they downloaded all their Facebook data.

Sad and troubling news: many “suggested videos” on YouTube Kids are conspiracy-based.

On the other hand, Twitch is streaming all 856 Mr. Rogers Neighborhood episodes.

Are you aware of this video game turning teenagers into millionaires?

Cardiogram Apple Watch Heart Monitoring

This is a compelling reason to buy an Apple Watch. (And check out these hot new Apple Watch bands!)

Here’s one person’s thoughts on trimming down the apps on their phone. Or just switch to this minimalist phone.

And an expert reveals which apps are killing relationships.

Who do they depict when we ask kids to draw scientists?

Meanwhile, a bunch of enthusiastic sleuths on Twitter contributed to this search for the unidentified sole woman photographed at a science conference.

We’re excited about these new emojis that represent people with disabilities.

And this astronaunt mom’s photo is bringing on all the feels.

[Top photo by Bruce Mars on Unsplash]


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