December 30th, 2004, 05:36 PM
Here's my dilemma. I helped one of my fellow employees purchase and setup a new pc for her kids as a Christmas present. 4 Days later she tells me that her 15 yr old daughter posted her name, age and home phone on a yahoo game channel. (No need to reply to this statement - you'll only be preaching to the choir)
So I'm searching AO to see if anyone ever posted a tut or do's and don'ts for kids. No luck!
Has anyone ever written something of this nature?
What would the search criteria be for searching AO?
I have found ton's of articles, lists and commentary on the subject, but none that could be simply passed to a kid.
Any insight to how you instruct your own kids would be of help.
December 30th, 2004, 07:14 PM
Pass this directly to the kid: http://www.netsmartz.org
...but none that could be simply passed to a kid.
http://www.netsmartz.org/netteens.htm for teens.
This is the best resource for kids on the internet.
[EDIT] Another good one is http://www.livewwwires.com
[strike]Although, she'd have to do this session through the schools or local PD if either of them have the program running. If not, you may want to suggest it.[/strike]
Nevermind, it looks like "The Missing" can be purchased online now. [/EDIT]
[EDIT2] In fact, anyone with kids or anyone close to kids should be familiar with NetSmartz. [/EDIT2]
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January 3rd, 2005, 12:46 PM