Meet Winners of Digital Open

Below is the first of 8 videos profiling each of the winning teen teams: "Centralized Student Website," by Raymond Zhong and Aatash Parikh, two kids from Fremont who love Drupal. 
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Institute for the Future teamed up with Sun Microsystems and Boing Boing Video to co-host the Digital Open, an online tech expo for teens 17 and under around the world.

Below is the first of 8 videos profiling each of the winning teen teams: "Centralized Student Website," by Raymond Zhong and Aatash Parikh, two kids from Fremont who love Drupal.

The Digital Open (DigitalOpen.org) ran from April 15 until August 15, 2009. Youth from around the world submitted text, photos, and videos documenting projects all created from a list of free and open software licenses. The projects focused on the transformative power of open technology.

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