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Do you consider yourself to be a “digital dad?” If you use social media to connect with your kids or other parents, count yourself as part of this savvy group.    With Father’s Day around the corner, Euro RSCG Worldwide asked 1,000 dads across the U.S. how the Internet and social media has affected their parenting style, dividing the respondents into groups of “digital dads” and “Average Joes.”

Do you consider yourself to be a “digital dad?” If you use social media to connect with your kids or other parents, count yourself as part of this savvy group. With Father’s Day around the corner, Euro RSCG Worldwide asked 1,000 dads across the U.S. how the Internet and social media has affected their parenting style, dividing the respondents into groups of “digital dads” and “Average Joes.”

Thirty-eight percent of kids on Facebook under 13? | Technically Incorrect - CNET News #facebook safety of children online is obviously a really big issue, this infographic was created by a company called MinorMonitor which is a tool for parents who want to know what they're kids are up to online... I'm not endorsing the product, just sharing the image

Thirty-eight percent of kids on Facebook under 13? | Technically Incorrect - CNET News #facebook safety of children online is obviously a really big issue, this infographic was created by a company called MinorMonitor which is a tool for parents who want to know what they're kids are up to online... I'm not endorsing the product, just sharing the image

Infographics / Let the Kids Run! The Importance of Playing Outside — Designspiration

Infographics / Let the Kids Run! The Importance of Playing Outside — Designspiration

mobile born? http://profdigitale.com/nativi-digitali-declassati-spazio-ai-giovanissimi-mobile-born/

mobile born? http://profdigitale.com/nativi-digitali-declassati-spazio-ai-giovanissimi-mobile-born/

Arriva Twigis, il social network tutto per i bambini | 6gradi Siamo sicuri sia questa la tecnologia che serve ai bambini?

Arriva Twigis, il social network tutto per i bambini | 6gradi Siamo sicuri sia questa la tecnologia che serve ai bambini?