Did you ever wonder why there hasn't been more good software for kids? It turns out that, from an economic point of view, it is not really in anyone's interest to build good software for kids, at least not now. There are two routes that the producers of educational software have had to market their wares. One has been to team with textbook publishers. The other is to sell "software titles" through retail outlets. Neither route enables software producers to get paid to develop the breadth of software we need.
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