Doodle Kids Allows Drawing On iPhone Screen

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A fourth grade boy has written a program for sketching on the screen of an iPhone. It's called Doodle Kids. With it, his little sisters can draw with their fingers on the screen. The nine-year-old whiz-kid has been using a computer since he was two years old. And he's been writing programs since he was seven.

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