When the first virtual kindergarten opened in January, it was greeted with much fanfare.
The company, founded by a team of designers and engineers in the UK, promises to provide a virtual learning environment where parents can design their children’s lives.
But as with many of the early entrants to the virtual kindergarten market, it has faced some significant challenges.
Read more The first few months of the year were marked by major delays in software and hardware.
The site was in a state of flux, as it transitioned from a single site to a series of separate sites.
As the company grew, the design process became more complex and costly.
In February, the company announced it had been hacked and its servers had been compromised.
The damage was only discovered after it was reported to the authorities.
This was not the first time a company had faced this kind of problem, as some of the earliest virtual learning sites faced similar issues with the same problems.
However, the most significant issue was the lack of software and the inability to control the server.
As a result, the site had a significant amount of downtime.
At the time of writing, the virtual preschool site has had a very hard time finding a new home, as the company’s parent company has decided to shut it down permanently.
Kindergarden 2.0 is one of the companies first projects to attempt to bring a virtual environment to the masses, as opposed to an individual learning environment.
Its creators are hoping to launch a more fully functional website in early 2017.
We are going to try to launch Kindergarden.
We have tried to make the site as simple as possible.
It has not been easy, but we will succeed in bringing it to the public.
But we want to make it accessible to all.Read more