I'm 13 and None of My Friends Use Facebook Mashable Part of the reason Facebook is losing my generation's attention is the fact that there are other networks now. When I was 10, I wasn't old enough to have a Facebook.
Village VoiceBaby-boomers and Concerts: How NOT to ActHuffington PostBaby-boomers and Concerts: How NOT to Act. Posted: 08/06/2012 10:16 am. React. Inspiring Funny Hot Scary Outrageous Amazing Weird Crazy.
These are not your grandmother's fieldtrips. For example, based on a successful partnership with Metro Schools during their 2010 Chihuly exhibit, Cheekwood will offer a system-wide education program during the Artober ...
Boom, Baby, Boom. After the end of World War II, the world saw an incredible rise in the birth rate, which was quickly dubbed the -˜Baby Boom'. A -˜boomer' is defined as someone born between 1946 and 1964.
RT School for snooping: LA to monitor students' social media postings RT Authorities in California are now snooping on school students' social media postings to catch law-breaking, bullying and other harmful activities.
Moms, you oughta know: 11 social media apps teens are using now NBCNews.com This spring tech news outlets reported that while teenagers are still active in the social media their parents know, they are increasingly seeking privacy and perceived...
Maryn Williams's insight:
Some great insight on the tools used by teens. Every parent should stay current and learn enough to lurk ocassionally BUT remember the more intrusive you are the more they will shut you out...
/PRNewswire/ -- It appears that the Baby Boom Generation could be starting a revolution in divorce court. Overall, 61% of the nation's top divorce attorneys say that they have seen an increase in the number of divorce cases among couples over 50-years...
Maryn Williams's insight:
Is divorce rising because the over 50 crowd has just realized they were not happily married or is it because of the alimony laws and lawyers who are feeding their own agenda?
Google Apps for Education has brought over 16 million students and staff together in a cloud based collaborative mail environment which has revolutionised the way students and teachers work and interact with each other.
Wow, it’s been awhile since Granny stopped by for some good southern social media advice. For those of you who haven’t met granny, you’re in for a surprise. Word of warning, she is not shy and will tell you how it is.
She is as funny as you like "I finally got uncle Gertrude on Twitter. He is addicted almost like the old days. Remember he lost that thumb in the typerwriter. He can still type faster than Zuckerbird’s timeline." Sadie :o)
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