Raindrops: A Shower of Colors by Chieu Anh Urban My rating: 5 of 5 stars Spring is just around the corner and for young ones who are just beginning to learn their colors, Raindrops: A Shower of Colors is an excellent board book to teach them about animals and the various hues of the rainbow.… Continue reading Book and Tech Wednesday: Raindrops and the New Microsoft Phone
I am sitting here writing this post on my iPod Touch. I found a WordPress app so I now I can write a blog post on the go. I used to be able to post via email as well, but I greatly prefer the app.
All week we will bring pertinent advice about how you can keep your family computer healthy. There is nothing worse than a computer that no longer functions properly. Over the next seven days we will bring you expert solutions on how to keep your computer blissfully humming along. Malware, viruses, identity theft and spyware… Continue reading Computer Health: Part I
If you are a big fan of the latest software technology and exemplary educational tools, you will be highly impressed with Jump Start World First Grade. Jump Start World offers first graders the unique opportunity to choose a character and then race through a 3-D world full of educational adventures where they can steer a… Continue reading Jump Start World, a Learning Adventure for the Younger Set
I just spent an entire hour of pure, unadulterated, childish fun at GoLive2.com Kraze™. Playhut just released a free social networking, magical e-playground for children ages six and up and, in my opinion, it's a pretty cool place for little ones to spend time online.Although I am pretty efficient on the Net, it took me… Continue reading New Social Network for Kids
Since I grew up in the days predating cell phones I have always been skeptical about getting a cell phone for my children. My oldest, who is nine now, is getting to the point where she can work the TV much better than I can, so conceivably she could masterfully use a cell phone as… Continue reading Kajeet Cell Phone for Kids — A Must-Have