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Monthly Archives: January 2011
Lawmakers don’t seem to understand the fluidity and diversity of motives behind sexting, so even the latest legislation addressing it is flawed and needs further thought.
Thank you, citizen reporters and professional ones in Egypt and on Twitter, for sharing your insights with supporters around the world.
We can’t really set household or school policy around cyberbullying without the perspective of those most affected by it, so here are some insights.
Whether or not New York Times columnist David Brooks is right that “Amy Chua is a wimp,” digital age tiger parents certainly aren’t – they’re lion-hearted (or courageously open-minded, flexible, and engaged).
The survey of 9-to-16-year-olds in 25 countries says the industry should provide more tech to protect but found only around a quarter of Net-using families use such tech.
He started designing Web sites in the 3rd grade, but he’s finding cellphone app programming more fun.
Research shows the brain can’t really multitask. Rather, it switches back and forth between or among focuses rapidly, but I think what we call multitasking is sometimes useful or appropriate, sometimes not.
What a week: Sherry Turkle’s new book, “tiger mother” in the Wall Street Journal, mom and author Susan Maushart’s experiment, and my sons’ social-tech reality check!
What he said in psychiatric evaluation sums up the conditions around cyberbullying – factors to watch out for.