The screens in our computers, tablets and phones are divided into tiny squares which follow a puzzle. We call these squarespixels. But, computers were not the first ones to use this system to work with color. We humans have done it for ages!
We think thatsome of the words in "Zerus gets a Virus" might have beennewto you. And so, we prepared a series of blogposts to explain some of these new words andhelp you (and your little Humans!) fully grasp their meaning. Today's New Word: IP Address!
The mysteries of computers are infinite and there are plenty of stories to be told. Why don't you start now by creating your own? To make your life easier, we prepared these cut-outs to get you started.
It's CS Education Week (December 9-15, 2019) and Zerus and Ona are running for the first time ever an Hour of Code in The Binary World. They can't hold our excitement, because they love the theme for this year... Computer Science for Good!