Author: Late Night Parents (page 2 of 27)

Can Digital Compete with TV-Like Numbers?

We may all be addicted to our phones, and we surely have NO IDEA how that is changing our cognitive functions, our relationship to our community, let alone how it will reshape our relationship to content in a long-term way. But here is something we do... Read More

What’s at the top of the buying list for college students?

Starting college is a big deal and making sure students have everything they need ahead of time is essential to make the transition frustration-free. There’s nothing worse than realizing that something essential has been left at home. Categorize... Read More

15 unwritten rules of communicating in the digital age

Don’t randomly FaceTime people. If you want to Facetime, shoot them a text or call first.One word texts like OK and LOL are conversation killers. Don’t respond with one word, unless you don’t want to talk anymore.If someone you... Read More

Apple’s new subscription news service and it’s 50-50 revenue split

According to a report from The Wall Street Journal about Apple’s attempts to sign publishers up for its News subscription service. Here’s some additional information on the process. Apple has already signed up “many publishers” for the... Read More

Disney’s #Aladdin

A thrilling and vibrant live-action adaptation of Disney’s animated classic, “Aladdin” is the exciting tale of the charming street rat Aladdin, the courageous and self-determined Princess Jasmine and the Genie who may be the key to their future.... Read More

Making Your Streaming Tech Work For You

Today’s streaming gadgets are oddly demure about all the nifty stuff they can do beyond enabling your binge. Since they’re so humble, we’ll clue you in to the features you may be missing…. Don’t know what to do with your old... Read More

Ways To Remedy Diarrhea

Diarrhea is defined as having three or more loose, watery stools a day. It’s unpleasant and can also be dangerous if left untreated. So if you have it, it’s a good bet you’ll want to get rid of it as quickly as possible. Signs of... Read More

Star Trek’s Picard limited series – additional info

Star Trek‘s highly-anticipated spin-off centred on Sir Patrick Stewart’s Jean-Luc Picard could run for at least three seasons. Stewart shared the detail while speaking with Red Carpet News (via, and when he... Read More

Top 5 Furnace Problems and Solutions

Has your furnace stopped working? These top 5 furnace problems and the simple solutions may help to get it working. Click on the interactive photo for details. Having trouble with your furnace? You’re not alone. Once the cold weather sets... Read More

Ways To Make Your Home To Look More Expensive

Just like with anything in our daily lives, most of us strive to not only make our home feel well decorated but also more luxurious and expensive as well. But how do you get the look right without having to take out a second mortgage? To help you... Read More

Tips for Choosing After-School Activities

School is back in session—and so are after-school activities! From soccer to singing to scouting, there’s certainly no shortage of kid-centric extracurricular programs where you can spend your time and hard-earned cash. But how do you know which... Read More

How to Generate More Podcast Reviews

Every podcaster loves reading positive reviews from their die hard listeners, but did you know that getting reviews can actually persuade someone to listen to your podcast? It’s the same reason you go to the restaurant your friend recommends over... Read More

Ten Questions to Ask to Make Your Child’s IEP Meeting a Success

Episcopal Center for Children Offers Advice to Help Parents of Children Coping with Special Needs Individualized Education Plan (IEP) meetings are very important for children coping with special needs. These meetings outline goals for the child’s... Read More

Tips for sharing online

First, read the website’s privacy policy: Privacy policies—which are commonly outlined in a website’s privacy statement—should clearly explain what data the website gathers about you, how it is used, shared, and secured, and how you... Read More

Childhood Obesity Facts

In the United States, the percentage of children and adolescents affected by obesity has more than tripled since the 1970s.  Data from 2015-2016 show that nearly 1 in 5 school age children and young people (6 to 19 years) in the United States has... Read More

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