Kids online: parents, dont panic

Kids online: parents, dont panic | Life and style | The Guardian.

I’m not much of a Dana Boyd fan, probably because I think statements like this

“There is little doubt that socialising online is rewiring teens’ brains, to allow them to understand a deeply networked and intertwined world.”

are totally vacuous (given that any form of learning or adaptation to experience will involve some sort of “rewiring” of the brain …), but there is probably a lot of valuable stuff in her book, particularly for Louise, Aly and Olga.

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