As we've stated time after time, we feel strongly that online contact with minors should be extremely limited. As someone that does online marketing and social networking for a living, I understand better than most how these social media restrictions can be frustrating for youth-focused organizations like summer camps, youth sports programs, Boys & Girls Clubs, and schools. The interactive communication between activity programmers and children can be an incredible outreach tool, but the fact of the matter is…continue reading the rest of Facebook Subscribe: The Safest Way to Interact with Minors?
Apple, Inc. introduced some interesting new hardware and software upgrades at their highly anticipated iPhone announcement this afternoon. In addition to things like new camera technology and a faster processor, Apple unveiled a new built-in, voice-activated tool called Siri.
You can read all about Siri on Apple's website, but in a nutshell, you ask Siri a question or provide a command and it will automatically…continue reading the rest of Drivers Beware, Siri is Dangerous
The social world was buzzing yesterday following the launch of a brand new, mobile-based, photo-sharing app called Color. Many of the most respected technology pundits and bloggers around are raving about the potential for Color to change the way people interact with their surroundings. The excitement surrounding the potential for Color can be summed up in a single number: $41,000,000. That is how much venture capital the developers raised before the product even…continue reading the rest of Color: Why You Should Be Scared