Navigating Technology: Looking for Connection in All the Wrong Places

Navigating Technology“One day soon the Gillette Company will announce the development of a razor that, thanks to a computer microchip, can actually travel ahead in time and shave beard hairs that don’t even exist yet.” ~ David Berry

While keeping up with all the advances is virtually impossible, it does not mean that we cannot understand the trend, behaviors, and the impact on our children.  Technology will continue to be the mechanism of how we connect to others and the world around us.  Parents can draw wise boundaries for their own and their children’s use of this ever changing medium.


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