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Board Game Teaches Chemistry to Kids NPR
A 13-year-old entrepreneur has a way to make money and help his fellow students learn about chemistry. Anshul Samar is hoping for $1 million in revenues from the sale of his board game.

Cyberfamilias: ‘omg my mom joined facebook!!’ NYT
A nosy parent goes where the kids are and learns more than just what her kid is up to.

He’s 9 Years Old and a Video-Game Circuit Star NYT
Victor M. De Leon III — known to rivals and fans as Lil’ Poison — is thought to be the youngest pro gamer.
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