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Posts Tagged ‘eProofing’
By Daddy Clay Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012
On DadLabs we talk a lot about how parents can better protect kids online by deploying parental controls and e-proofing web connected devices. The problem is, no matter how much we protect our kids, sooner or later they end up online without a mom or dad around to virtually look out for them. That’s why it is so important that kids learn best practices for preserving their own Cyber Security.
Which is one of the many reasons why we are so excited to announce our latest partnership: working as ambassadors for a new game for iPad and iPhone called Hax Attacks. Read the rest of this entry »
By Daddy Clay Friday, January 6th, 2012
I’m thinking about the challenges faced by previous generations of parents. I’m thinking about parents that had to cope with the arrival of Rock ‘n’ Roll or the Sexual Revolution; parents that had to send their kids off to the factory or the draft.
I’m thinking about these parents as I try to figure out how to attach the Kinect Sensor to the XBOX.
If you had to distill the greatest challenges faced by this generation parents down to a single word, would it start with a lowercase i? Read the rest of this entry »
By Daddy Clay Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011
If you have a tween or a teen, you know what Beats by Dre are. And if this recent, breathless piece in the New York Times business section is right — there are going to be Benetton-hued, obscenely-priced headphones under a lot of trees this Christmas. While there is some debate about whether the sound quality of the Beats is crisp or craptastic, there is no doubt about one thing: Plug those ‘phones into an iPod, crank the volume, and your child can have permanent hearing damage in just two songs. Read the rest of this entry »