Techradar Tuesday: Don’t blame technology, blame the parents

Ah, the dangers of a high-tech “toxic childhood”:

As much as we’d like to, we can’t protect our kids from everything bad in the world – but what we can and should do is give them the skills and the support they need to deal with the things they’ll surely encounter.



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0 responses to “Techradar Tuesday: Don’t blame technology, blame the parents”

  1. I dunno Gary, those multi-media hubs are dangerous. Not a day goes by that I don’t read a news report about a kid being run over by a high-speed multi-media hub, or an innocent schoolchild being stabbed by one. And don’t get me started on the number of kids who drown in multi-media hubs each year. If you ask me, they are the biggest threat to children ever.

  2. Gary

    Something should be done!

  3. Squander Two

    Surely the danger isn’t the hubs per se, but this ridiculous insistence on making them multi-media. Instead of buying one single multimedia hub, just get several single-media hubs.