3 Surprising Ways Video Advertisers Can Beat the Ad-Blockers

Nowadays, it’s nearly impossible to find a video advertiser or marketer who’s unfamiliar with the growing problem of ad blockers. As of January 2017, advertising analytics company PageFair discovered 615 million devices employed some sort of ad... Read More

The Bright Side After Divorce

When your divorce is finally final, how do you begin again? The transition can be liberating for some, daunting for others. Mixed feelings – anger, relief, sadness, joy, fear and uncertainty – are common and may take time to sort out. Meanwhile,... Read More

6 Things We Need To Stop Saying To Bereaved Parents

Joan Markwell knows the gut-wrenching, hollow feeling left behind when a child is taken too early. It’s a feeling that mothers have experienced recently and throughout the last few years after tragic attacks in Orlando, Manchester, London, San... Read More

#NoScript – @latenightparent

Join Rich Valdez, Dr. Michele Reed and Ted Hicks as they moderate the #LNPShow that discusses the latest trends and game changers in parenting, technology, education, sports & product reviews. Show topics Equifax – what happens... Read More

Child Predators: Beyond the “Creepy” Stereotypes

By Joelle Casteix Child sexual abuse acts like a nuclear bomb in a community: While not everyone is immediately injured, the effects and pain for everyone involved can last for decades. No one teaches people how to react when someone they know is... Read More

8 Tips for Teaching Writing in the Digital Age – @LWathh

By Lisa Wathen Learning in today’s digital environment has many advantages that would seem to maximize student success and prepare them for writing in college. Students have more access to content that can be differentiated. Teachers can provide... Read More

Comprehensive Sex Ed Not Working in U.S. Schools

The Institute for Research & Evaluation has released the results of a new analysis, entitled “Re-Examining the Evidence: School-Based Comprehensive Sex Education in the United States,” which examines the outcome research on sex... Read More

Industry Leaders Rally To Grow Youth Sports Participation – #ProjectPlay2020

The Aspen Institute today announced a multi-year effort by more than a dozen leading sport, health, media and other organizations to grow national sport participation rates and related metrics among youth. The initiative, Project Play 2020, represents... Read More

What is Browser Hijacking?

We’ve noticed that browser hijackers are among the most common complaints among users whose computers have been infected. Unlike many viruses that linger silently in the background, browser hijackers prominently disrupt the experience of going... Read More

7 Challenges Parents of Teenage Girls Face With Regards to Sex

Dr. Sherrie Campbell Very few things in adolescence are certain but there is one thing upon which most teenage girls agree, and that is they must be sexy. They feel that they must wear the short-shorts with their rear-end’s hanging out to fit in and... Read More

The Best Sports To Watch Without The Kids

It’s hard to find time to relax as a parent. You come home from work and any free time you have in the house is spent looking after the children or stopping them from making a mess of the place. It’s not really your time. Still, whilst the kids are... Read More

Memorial Panorama of NYC to Honor 9/11 Anniversary w/ @EarthCam

Today, September 11th, marks the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center. To honor and remember the events of that day, EarthCam will be sharing a commemorative panorama of the New York City skyline including the Tribute in... Read More

September 11th

Those of us who were present in NYC during the attacks in 2001 have memories that we will never shake. First responders went to funerals for a year. Losing nearly three thousand lives meant that, even in a city of 8 million people, almost everyone... Read More

#WhenDisasterStrikes – @LateNightParent

Join Rich Valdez, Dr. Michele Reed and Ted Hicks as they moderate the #LNPShow that discusses the latest trends and game changers in parenting, technology, education, sports & product reviews. Show topics Climate Change / Hurricanes / Natural... Read More

70% of People Don’t Know Credit Scores Affect iPhone Bills

With the iPhone’s 10th anniversary model expected to be released in mid-September, the free-credit-score website WalletHub today announced the results of its nationally representative iPhone Launch Survey to help consumers better understand the... Read More

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