Growing up, and even as a parent now, this topic still seems to be #UnpopularOpinionPuffin material.
If you want a better argument against tech use, it’s that hours spent on Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat could lead you, as a parent, to have to deal with issues surrounding body shaming, bullying or even predatory interactions with those much older, at a younger age. […] While we criticize children for focusing too much on their electronic devices, I’d argue that the real criticism should fall firmly on us, the parents.
He was quoted to have said that the amazing yet unrecognized people who shares even the littlest that’s left of them with others, or gives up personal comfort to help, are the world’s most generous philanthropists — not him.
Over time, I’ve become conditioned that a word or phrase that’s either underlined, highlighted and/or colored differently than the rest of the page is a link — clickable, can be tapped on (when using a touchscreen). Continue reading Recognizing links