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In the News
- May 09, 2013 — Scratch 2.0 released!
- Just before 2:00PM, Scratch Time, the long awaited Scratch 2.0 has finally been released! To learn more about the release, check out the overview of new features, the "5 things to know" project, or ask in the Transition Team studio!
- May 06, 2013 — Scratch 1.4 and 2.0 beta websites shut down
- The Scratch Team has shut down both the old Scratch Website and the Scratch 2.0 beta for the transition. The 1.4 site is permanently shut down, while Scratch 2.0 will be available at scratch.mit.edu on May 9th. Both sites show a page containing a video about Scratch 2.0 and the Scratch Team's Twitter feed.
- April 29, 2013 — OrcaCat as Scratch Curator
- OrcaCat has been chosen as the one-hundred-fifth curator on the Front Page. Feel free to congratulate OrcaCat on one of his/her projects!
- April 25, 2013 — Scratch 2.0 release date announced
- The Scratch Team has finally announced to release date of Scratch 2.0! It will be officially released on May 9, with both new and old sites closed from the 6th through the 8th.
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