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The challenge is open to students aged 5-11 years old and involves designing and manufacturing the fastest car possible emulating the design and engineering processes employed by real engineering companies, such as Jaguar Cars.

The challenge is open to students aged 5-11 years old and involves designing and manufacturing the fastest car possible emulating the design and engineering processes employed by real engineering companies, such as Jaguar Cars.

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When I watched the video for this challenge one statistic really jumped out at me- over 9 million seniors are hungry everyday. This is extraordinarily sad, but it could provide an opportunity for finding common ground between young people and seniors

When I watched the video for this challenge one statistic really jumped out at me- over 9 million seniors are hungry everyday. This is extraordinarily sad, but it could provide an opportunity for finding common ground between young people and seniors

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Nice one Geordie, thanks for sharing the LinkedIn insight too. Your point about users being in the right mindset is really interesting. I have just shared more prototype feedback insights, which may be of use to what you have going on. Do let me know if i can help in anyway too!

Congrats on your progress, I love what you have been doing with The Things Biz. I wish you all the best with moving it forward dude!

Cheers

Dan

Thanks, MK!

Dan

Hey, Bettina

Thanks for your kind words! I appreciate you checking out what we have been up to!

Alas, I was unable to get anything specific about the rationale about disliking Facebook login. However, I delved into the Facebook issue a little more in yesterdays prototype testing session. I have just uploaded a brief summary of what was talked about, here is an excerpt

"70% of participants wouldn't use Facebook login, they felt it was too much data to collect. They don't seem to use, or like it. Not cool enough anymore."

It would be ace to hear your thoughts on the latest feedback.

Cheers

Dan