21 Things TechCrunch Covered This Month Instead of Disadvantaged Kids

This weekend, the Level Playing Field Institute brought together a group of middle and high school students "from minority groups underrepresented in computer science" for a brainstorming meetup and tech project competition. Here's what TechCrunch wrote about instead:

Fitwall Is A Gym That Knows If You're Working Out Too Hard, Or Not Hard Enough

Truly.am Uses Facial Recognition To Help You Verify Your Online Dates

Beatcoin Is A Music Jukebox Hack Powered By Bitcoin Micropayments

H2O-Pal Helps You Get Your Two Gallons Of Water A Day

The NSA's Website (NSA.gov) Is Down

Bang With Friends Rebrands As 'Down' To Match You With Friends Of Friends By Hotness

Fab.com Updates Site To Give Better Recommendations As It Pursues Global Growth

Breather Aims To Launch Its Network Of On-Demand Rooms In New York In Early 2014

This Is What Instagram Ads Look Like

Vine Update Lets Users Edit Videos, Save Multiple Drafts

LongTail Video Rebrands As JW Player Because That's What Customers Know Them For

Stipple Launches Image Attribution Service Stipple Search, Plus A Mobile App

SFX Buys Readability Developer Arc90, Fame House and Tunezy To Give Its Electronic Dance Music Business A Digital Content Spin

Cruise.me Makes Booking A Cruise Social And Not Horrendously Difficult

About.me Launches Collections, A Pinterest For People

Pulse Will Become A One-Stop Content Shop For LinkedIn, Using LinkedIn Profile Logins For Curated Content

Facebook-Based Greeting Card App Cleverbug Rebrands As CleverCards, Adds Gift Products & More

Paperless Post Brings Its Design-Focused Greeting Cards & Invitations To iPad

Post $1.6M Seed Round, Ruffl Launches Real-Time Dining App For London

Handybook Hoovers Up $10M To Bring Its On-Demand Cleaning And Household Services To 5 New Cities

Can You Click Your Way To Happiness? New Self-Help Service For The Stressed & Sad, Happify, Makes Big Claims

Careful—no one tell these kiddos that this is the state of the industry they're pursuing. They might just end up becoming doctors instead.