We're all concerned about keeping our kids safe online, but how can we best protect them? Mike Karlsven, Vice President of Technology and Enterprise Architect for Edge by Ascential joins us to talk about how we can help our kids take responsibility for their own online behavior.
We don’t know all the tactics that will be required to win this war, but there is one intuitive truth that may begin to make a big difference for you and for those you love. At the very heart, the trouble you’re facing may not actually be your daughter’s struggle alone. At some level, it might be yours, too.
The world we live in is changing rapidly. But your relationship with your children can continue to be strong, vibrant and engaging. They aren’t running away from you, they are simply discovering a new world. And more than likely, they want you to be part of it.
Bullying is a global problem with widespread ramifications…Your worry about your teen is justified, but there are things you can do right now to begin resolving the situation and getting everyone back on solid ground.
Whoa, whoa, whoa!! What’s all this talk about TikTok? If your teen has a smart phone, chances are they know and use TikTok—an app for creating short videos using favorite songs to share with their world…Here are a few suggestions on how to keep your kids safe on TikTok.
In an age where information is more accessible than it ever has been, that vast cache of digitally formatted knowledge should be hastening our ability to learn. . .But for kids in classrooms and adults in a vast online world, learning and social relationships are inextricably connected.
We all want a great education for our kids. To a large degree, we depend on teachers to make that dream a reality. The devices in our hands and our pockets can do a lot to lift them and to help them know that we are, in fact, with them. We’re on their team.
If you look, there are apps and websites designed to help us, to de-stress us, and to connect us more with those we love. So, Take out your phone (and other devices) and start to see them as an occasion to help untangle your most stressful days
Today we’re going to introduce you to four awesome YouTube channels that are chock full of fun, entertaining workouts that your kids will love doing. So get ready to be the new favorite parent. Search these babies up, put on your yoga pants, and join right in the fun. Your kids are going to love these!
The miracle of living in our time is that we don't have to be just patients. With love as the drive and digital technology as the power, we and our loved ones can be true partners in our collective health and well-being.
As we say goodbye to Google+ in a couple of weeks, we pause to remember the stories of a platform where real people connected around topics that were mutually important to them, where they built communities that looked after one another, and where they created a world where everyone could be their authentic self.
Paul Strand prepared me for the digital age. He taught me to discover the limitless world on my own doorstep. And he inspired me to see and share it straightforwardly, in a way that invites me and others to be disrupted and renewed by life.
There was a vibe, an ethos, a spirit about Google+…, Perhaps that’s what we’ll miss most of all: being listened to and unfolding in a way that made us more interesting, creative, open, confident, and truly connected.
As we enjoy the remaining days of Google+, it’s so good to look back and remember what it’s given us. Join us in reflecting on the communities we love, and how they’ve honored our shared interests, passions, and hopes for the future. 5 days to go—let’s treasure every moment.
The fundamental pillars of Google+, like the stone columns of The Acropolis of Athens, stand as powerful reminders that progress in the digital age is iterative. We owe much to those pioneers who’ve gone before.
Not everyone will laugh at the same joke, and these differences in our senses of humor are so very important. This is one of the real joys of knowing how to find these jokes on the web—there’s so many you’re sure to find something for even the most non-laughing person you know.
We are talking about service that helps change the lives of people all around the world. How is this possible? Let me introduce you to two ingenious apps that make doing service as easy as ordering from Dominos.