We need to stop demonizing and blocking social media and start teaching our kids best practices in using it, I hear him saying. You can tell I agree!
Monthly Archives: April 2011
If recent news – about the iPhone, the PlayStation Network, and the privacy breach du jour – says nothing else, it says no digital media user can rely on companies to protect our privacy.
With these winners, art doesn’t imitate life, hopefully it steers and enriches both the online and offline parts of it.
The iPhone’s location tracking is an important privacy concern, but do take politicians’ very public linkage of it to predators with a huge grain of salt.
Great advice for parents on how to handle situations where teachers, coaches, etc. bully their children
If you don’t have time to read my post, at least watch Dan Brown’s vlog post echoing the views of some of the most forward-thinking educators.
Overparenting can deprive kids of the space they need to think, mess around and create online as well as offline.
With a free new app, users can make calls between FB pages and leave voice messages on each other’s walls.
It’s only logical that it leads with the statement that “safety is a conversation and a shared responsibility among all of us,” because it is.