Too Tweet To Be True
Diane S. Kendall, 03/28/13
From now on, take any tweet you read about on any website other than Twitter with an extra grain of salt.
The Sticker Scene and Beyond
Diane S. Kendall, 03/13/13
Your office supply store – online or brick and mortar – has all kinds of products that with a printer are most helpful to have on hand for homework projects, PTO/PTA projects or if you are thinking of starting a small home business and more.
The Plusses and Perils of the Social Sign-In
Diane S. Kendall, 02/21/13
Using a social sign-in to log-in to various sites on the Internet may seem at first a convenience, but there may be hidden costs.
Facebook – Owning You Lock, Stock, Picture, and Post
Diane S. Kendall, 02/07/13
If you have a Facebook account, it is looking more like Facebook will own your life online – lock, stock, like, picture, post and more.
Stop Multitasking and Lose Weight
Diane S. Kendall, 01/10/13
Eating while surfing the Web, texting, gaming, and even doing school essays and reports may be, along with watching television, contributing to weight gain.
Diane Kendall, 11/15/12
Most smartphones and tablets are breeding grounds for bacterial filth. What can you do about it?
Surviving the First "Research" Project
Merle Marsh, 11/01/12
You can help your children build a good foundation in research skills using digital and print resources right from their first research assignment. This article offers suggestions for making research and report writing a positive experience for both children and parents.
Lessons from a Study on Teen Behavior Online
Diane S. Kendall, 10/04/12
What lessons can you as a parent learn from a survey on teen behavior online?
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