Parenting with Technology

Successfully navigating parenting paradoxes in the technological landscape that is modern life.

Are Password Managers safe? Should I use one?

Are password vaults safe? Are they more reliable than just keeping a written list of complex passwords?  How do they work? And should you, the regular average everyday parent, switch to one. Having an automated method of maintaining, storing, creating, and changing strong, complex passwords allow you actually to use them more times than not, and the benefit if doing that outweighs the risk.

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A Brief Update

three generations

 A few months ago I wrote about taking some time off and dealing with my father’s passing. Since then I have posted when I could, not followed much of a schedule and basically not done as good of a job as I expect of myself. Therefore, today, instead of posting anything else, I am going to give you a few thoughts regarding your family in grief, followed by a brief update on my own situation.

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The Joy of Music

The way I see it, music is one of the original, fundamental languages, in all of nature, everywhere around us, there exist sound and rhythm. From the waves crashing on the shore to the beating of our own hearts, music is life and remains one of the most important things you can teach a child.

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