On a Christmas visit with his grandmother, Mark Nutt set 88-year-old Marie up with her first virtual reality experience. It was a roller coaster simulation and I think it’s safe to say Marie loved it.
It’s like Marie is a kid again! Her squeals of joy are contagious!
Our screens and devices are always demanding we make split second decisions, and let’s face it; most of us have stopped paying much attention to those question. Time to pay attention to what technology is really saying to us
At some point it just becomes a game – how many times can I click “remind me in 48 hours” before I have no more choice. Eventually, I always lose. Well played, computer!
That extra 9 minutes is well worth the … Keep Reading!!!
I remember thinking that when we had children, we would not allow any screen time.
Then, I had kids.
For our family, we’ve discovered that limited and appropriate screen and tech time works best, but we are also particular about what sites the boys are on. We want to make sure that, when we allow computer time and as we start the learning process on how to work the internet, the children … Keep Reading!!!
Would you seek out breastfeeding support via Google Glass?
A new breastfeeding app created by developer Small World has just completed a trial in partnership with the Australian Breastfeeding Association.
Five women in Victoria, Australia, took part in the trial which offered generic resources, as well as a network of lactation counselors, who offer assistance through the video function of Google Glass.
At the end of the test period, all five women were still breastfeeding. One woman in particular … Keep Reading!!!
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I have unlimited texting for a reason. I love to send texts. I love to receive texts. I write short texts to friends about what time to meet for dinner. I write long texts to friends recapping what happened last night at dinner. And in the past, I have had to text friends asking for responses to my various inquiries: Who painted your dining room? Can … Keep Reading!!!
On our kid-friendly app journey, it didn’t take long for me to discover my very favorite kids’ app!
Creators Tony Hsieh and Cathy Hsu knew what they were doing when they planned and launched Knoala. Everything about it is well-thought out and well-executed.
A little more about the app from their website:
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Knoala offers thousands of fun & development-boosting activities for parents to enjoy with infants, toddlers and preschoolers. Based on your child’s age and local weather conditions,
Magikid Numbers works as an interactive book as well as a lesson to help children identify numbers (1-10).
The stories are fun (it reminds me a little bit of Super Why) and the number hunt … Keep Reading!!!