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March 2, 2017 12:00 PM EST
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1. Here’s how editing Wikipedia entries can teach kids digital literacy.

By Anya Kamenetz at KQED’s Mind/Shift

2. How typography could have prevented the epic Oscar snafu.

By benjamin bannister in Free Code Camp

3. Meet the female plumbers, electricians and carpenters helping domestic violence survivors feel safe.

By Sammi Taylor in Broadly

4. What boring tech will unlock our energy future? Batteries.

By Amelia Urry in Grist

5. To automate high finance, start with this software that does in seconds what took lawyers 360,000 hours.

By Hugh Son in Bloomberg

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