Kids are way ahead of adults when it comes to the digital world. Three in five children under the age of 18 -- and more than 78 percent of children between the ages of 12 and 17 -- go online. Yet very little is known about the potential dangers kids can face.
College students are technologically savvy these days. They use home computers to research and write, make purchases and to communicate with friends and family, coworkers, fellow students, and college professors
When time, geography or financial constraints keep you from being with family, a little old-fashioned imagination combined with some of todays technological conveniences can keep you connected and make you feel . . . almost as if youre there.
New clothes that strike a balance between appropriate and cool? Check. New school supplies that include the latest backpack style? Check. New ulcer caused by your teens impending first day of high school? Check mate.