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Tuenti-Another Social Media Network to get on

  With the amount of Web 2.0 social media platforms out there, it’s hard to keep your bearings on them all. Do we sign up for all new social media platforms in the hope that they will be the up and coming phenomenon? I know from my own experience when Pinterest launched in 2010, I… Read More »

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Vinitha Nair,Kay Stephens,

Teens, Social Media and TMI

This is a guest blog by Kay Stephens of from Maine, United States of America. Contact Kay and Vinitha on their website above and watch Kay being interviewed on TV Teens, social media and TMI You’ve all heard the cutesy expression, TMI (Too much information) used in TV sitcoms and online conversations.  TMI is… Read More »

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Feotus,too young to be on facebook,Marriah Greene

What age should a baby be online?

Are your toddlers too young to have digital footprints? We see it all the time and I admit I am as guilty as the next parent, but are we putting too much information about our small children online for others to see? We worry about what children do online We may be worrying about the… Read More »

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What to do if you are being Cyber-bullied

If you get Cyber-bullied what do you do? Whilst delivering my Cyber-bullying workshops under the umbrella of Internet Safety, the children ask me what can we do if we are getting Cyber-bullied or we know someone that is getting Cyber-bullied? Are you getting cyber bullied? Here are a few tips on what steps you can… Read More »

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Top 50 Acronyms that children use online

Some people refer to this as “Bebo Talk” Top 50 of thousands of Acronyms that the youth use online. Yes its true, this talk was heavily used on Bebo social networking platform as quick text that parents could not decipher. But today in 2012, teenagers over age of 15 would rather use normal text. Parents… Read More »

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