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  1. Apr 2019
    1. Screen time is not created equal, but varies enormously by the context of how it is used, the content that is engaged, and the connections it fosters (or fails to). Helping parents keep sight of this, and helping them balance between their hopes and their fears, is what really matters

      I feel that the media also speculate on screen time and how its bad for children. Doctors also encourage parents to limit screen time for children.

    2. do not ‘all agree’ that digital media are always harmful and need to be restricted, or that allowing children screen time makes someone a ‘bad parent’.

      Most parents and teachers feel this way. we feel that parents to not interact with their children and children these days do no go out and play anymore.

    3. Despite parents reporting how they benefit in their personal, professional and parenting lives from digital media, it is remarkable that so many in this generation of parents are still anxiously watching the ‘screen time’ clock.

      This is so true because parents these days feel that kids can't learn and more screen time is bad for their children.

  2. Mar 2019
    1. We ourselves are fake

      We ourselves are fake. I feel the same way when I have to prove who I am. its really annoying when you have to keep clicking on the items to prove you are not a robot.

  3. Jan 2019
    1. Ancient Greece and European history is fascinating but I have a hard time accepting some facts.