Category Archives: Families and Technology

My return to blogging

I haven’t posted to my blog in a while. My time went mostly to the move. This is my second short move in my life, this time I moved only across the hallway. Last time, in my graduate school days, … Read more

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New Guide to Securing Your Facebook Privacy

ZDNet, the parent company to PCMag and other computer related content, posted a four-part series on locking down the privacy settings on Facebook. The lead article, with links to each part can be found here. Remember that Facebook frequently changes … Read more

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Facebook Tells Everyone Where You Are

Facebook rolled out the Places feature, which publishes where you are physically located at the time of your update. You tell Facebook where you are, and it publishes it. Facebook, it its infinite (advertiser-friendly) wisdom, has assumed you want this … Read more

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Staying Electronically Connected Taxes the Brain

Switching your attention between different tasks, such driving and looking at your phone, is hard for the brain. And forget the idea of multitasking, human brains can only process one stream of information at a time. Switching between streams makes … Read more

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