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World Wise Web
Teenagers from around the world talk to technology pioneers who have shaped their lives.
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3.6 stars from 37 ratings
A fun show to listen to with kids. It’s quite insightful to hear the inventors or people who worked on the technologies which are part of our life.
iJanab via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/28/20
Great
So good!!!!!!!!!!
fggdr5ythrd via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/27/20
From a teens view
Love the young voice and view on a topic that we are all interested in!
Liindaaas via Apple Podcasts · Norway · 01/17/20
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