Tuesday, January 22, 2008


Read the press release for Frontline's "Growing up online."

I pretty much limit my kid's time on the computer to maybe an hour a day, if that. Our computer is in the kitchen where I can always monitor what they are doing and it has a password to get on that they do not know.

I never ever let them just get on for hours. It's for homework or checking e-mail and social networks quickly.

It's not just because of the filth that is on the net that no one seems to care that our kids are exposed to, it's because I think it's important for kids to be kids. They need to go outside, be with friends (real life stuff). I just demand it.