With my last birthday, I became a ‘woman of a certain age’. *ahem* Now I find myself saying things like ‘When I was your age…’ and trying to remember why I came into the dining room! With my handy dandy iPhone I decided to download an app that claimed to help with cognitive abilities. (a.k.a.
New apps pop up almost every day, and *bam* every single one of your kid¹s friends and classmates are using this bright and shiny new toy and… you find out, so is your child. The app looks age appropriate and harmless to you, however predators find ways to infiltrate and exploit. Yes, you check your child’s phone, computer
Can you imagine?! $100 you get to spend on increasing your music library. Or, to add to your reading list on your Kindle. $100 worth of entertainment is yours when you find out you are the lucky winner of the $100 iTunes gift card! I have quite the “Wish List” and would love to cross
New apps pop up seemingly out of nowhere. Although my job is working with social media, I find myself caught unaware. My daughters will be laughing at something they’re sharing on their phones and when I glide over to check out what it’s all about I discover they’re on an app I’ve never heard