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Improve Your Skype Sessions with Everyone

Keep anyone interested via webcam

BY ASHLEY BALCERZAK, IMAGE FROM THINKSTOCK, APRIL 06, 2014

OVERVIEW

Video chatting can come with a lot of annoyances—shoddy image quality, delayed hearing, and one side of the conversation constantly losing connection. 906 more words

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How We Teach Digital Citizenship Makes a Difference

When it comes to digital citizenship, we cannot just lecture or watch videos.

Everyone learns best by doing — whether it’s tying a shoe, mastering letter sounds, figuring out a science concept, learning to drive, parenting a new baby, or any other activity, including what we need to figure out on computers and digital devices. 661 more words

Parents And Technology

What Parents Should Know About The Eraser Challenge

The world of the internet never ceases to amaze me and what people, kids especially, are willing to do to achieve their 15 minutes of fame is even more shocking. 698 more words

General Update

Quality Time Lab Brings Long-Distance Families Home For Dinner

Quality Time Lab’s “Dinner Time” App, aimed at Kids Ages 3-9, engages, educates and inspires families to spend more time together.

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GeekDad interview

My colleague, Bill Shribman over at WGBH, interviewed me for GeekDad.com recently.
Here’s a snippet:

You threw my daughter out of Animal Jam when she was making plans to meet a friend for lunch, which I thought was a pretty impressive catch.

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Online Community

TheAsianParent survey reveals that the Asian mum is digital and mobile­first

A new survey from theAsianparent.com reveals that Asian mums increase their use of the Internet once they become mothers, are increasingly mobile first and are primary decision makers for household purchases. 656 more words

Modern Families

Kids With Family Routines Are Emotionally And Socially More Advanced

(Reuters Health) – Preschoolers who sing, tell stories and eat dinner with their families tend to be emotionally healthier and better adjusted socially than kids who don’t have such routines, a recent study has found. 624 more words

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