Spending my weekends being abused by kids and their parents has taught me something about what we accept as leadership.
An article this morning wondered if it was ok to electronically track your children outside your home. Of course, it is, I’m teaching them the benefits of paranoia.
According to a UK study, by the time our kids reach their teens, 1,300 images of them will exist online. The minds behind the data blame us. And fair enough. Anyone for a 38-month status update?
Those damn robots will be the end of us all. First, they’re taking our jobs, and now they’re peer pressuring our kids. A study believes the latter is true.
In this country, there is a massive gap between those who have opportunity, and those who don’t. The outstanding work of Reo Group is bridging that chasm.
Over in the US, new laws have come into action protecting those parents who allow their kids to do things on their lonesome. What a world.
After my relationship ended, the question soon turned to who got the kids. Admittedly, while our kid was a dog, the regret, doubt and pain is very much present.
I don’t have kids, but that didn’t stop me from attending a concert tailored for toddlers. What I discovered was a scene equal to any rave or disco you fondly remember.
The ‘unboxing’ craze is sweeping Youtube, where kids watch other kids open new toys. Call it genius marketing, call it morally questionable – I call it an hour off.
An Italian restaurateur has silenced noisy kids with the most ingenious strategy – by offering their parents a discount on their meals.
The depths of nihilism are plunged in this week’s tasteless smorgasbord that is Reddit. That, plus a Dad Joke – on a shirt!
Troy Maguire has kept an ear to the ground after the Cheryl LaPorte fiasco and has uncovered more shocks in the teaching scandal.
Maria Tedeschi approaches the ‘taxing’ issue of why women deserve a full Paid Parental Leave (PPL) scheme.