(English) In order to bring Black History Month to life I like to tell my children about real African Americans that have impacted my life so today I want to acknowledge two Black Americans (one a man and another a woman) who in one way or another have touched my life.
(English) Even though smartphones keep getting more advanced and easier to use, there are still throngs of people who, like my mom and sister, marvel at what these handsets can do and believe they’re still too sophisticated to handle.
Into the despair of technophobia comes Sprint with its refreshingly simple Sprint ID.
(English) Goal setting and financial education for children is imperative to our children’s future. Every parent should be looking at teaching fiscal responsibility with the same importance as, say, math. This mindset will lead to a movement and a brighter future for children who don’t have the “me” mentality and who aren’t aware that saving, rather than using credit, is the way to a financially responsible, happy, way of life.
(English) Used smartly, Twitter can be a useful tool for neighborhood crime prevention. This story tells you how the strategic use of hashtags can be an effective weapon against burglaries and other undesirable activities taking place in your neighborhood.
(English) A couple weeks ago a film buff family member of mine told me about two smart phone-related apps that he uses to determine if and how he will watch certain movies with his 10-year-old daughter.
The two film parenting guides are the IMDB Parenting Guide and the Kids in Mind web site and app. Both guides intentionally discuss movie content based on such categories as “Sex/Nudity”, “Violence/Gore” and “Profanity” and neither attempts to make value judgments about whether movies should or shouldn’t be seen.