From: Ayal Goury
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Date: 22 Oct 1996
Remote Name: metricom16.ucsc.edu
You know Sharon, this kind of reminds me of the board game discussion, which kids learn from board games.. An example like Solitaire is a game which if made tangible one can do much with a deck of cards, to see that one need to look know further than the amount of games invented from it at all levels. a bunch of my friends play poker and that game alone has a wide range of variations. i wonder what game Mr.Hoyle intended the deck for. But that tangibility may allow for variations; without programing skills it is impossible to do that. Maybe it is impossible to teach computers to children without teaching them programing.