All Fun & Play: Best Apps To Teach Your Kids Wicked Math Skills

By now we all know that language skills are best required at an early age, but that also goes for math skills. This does not mean that you have to go all over-achieving parent with complex math equations on your two-year old – learning basic math reasoning, however, through play and interactive games may helpstuff

Interview with The Rookie Moms – BFFs who Wanted to Have More Fun with their Babies

The Rookie moms share their story and blogging advice.

When you find yourself on a maternity leave with a young baby and no idea what to do with the baby or yourself, what do you do? You start a blog with your best friend and share, with millions of moms, ideas on how to make your motherhood more fun and fulfilling. Or at leaststuff

Protecting Kids Online: Is Google Your Ally?

Google has worked on a number of apps for kids, YouTube Kids being one of them.

Rapid technological expansion brought about the expansion of parental duties and responsibilities: nowadays it is inevitable that you have to care about what your kid does on computers, smart phones and other devices. At the same time, you have to be careful that these devices don’t become “forbidden fruits” for your little ones, meaning youstuff

Video Games and Responsible Parenting – Video Games are not (only) for Kids

Video Games are not only for kids

You are wrong if you think that “games are for kids”. Majority of video games are not made for children. Just like any form of entertainment, video games tend to various audiences. There are games for kids, though. There are games for teens and mature audiences. There are games with mature content. Some of themstuff

Children’s Digital Safety? More Like Digital Legacy!

What is your approach to sharing the pictures and other details of your child's life online?

Parents’ philosophies on the digital safety of their children is as different as, well, parental philosophies on parenting. I have friends who share every single aspect of their child’s life on social media, starting with the first sonogram. Every milestone, from their first steps to their first day of school is immortalized on Twitter, Facebook,stuff

Fresh From Spark.Me: Technology’s Cool, But People Are More Important

spark.me conference was a raging success

Spark.Me, one of the biggest, baddest and the most sparkling marketing conferences in the CEE is taking its place as we speak (or type). The spirits are high, imaginations are sparked and some of the speakers blew our minds. As I don’t want you to miss out on the experience, I’m bringing you some highlights fromstuff

4 Social Networks You Haven’t Setup Your Privacy Settings For (And You Should)

Take care of your profiles

When privacy settings are concerned, our minds tent to automatically switch to Facebook, and who can blame us? It’s the biggest social network around, catering to billions, and it has changed its privacy policies so many times that we have collectively developed a pavlovian reflex. However, you do have a profile on one or numerousstuff

Understanding Networking Beyond Its Negative Connotations

People networking at an event

In a connected age, developing and maintaining a strong professional network has become one of the key prerequisites for professional success. Unfortunately, over time, the expression “network” and the idea of making connections in order to advance in life and business began to carry negative connotations. Some people consider networking to be one-sided and basedstuff

Choosing the Right CMS for your Blog: WordPress, Joomla! or Drupal

These three CMS options can help you build powerful websites with almost no coding or worries about technical aspects

Blogging has never been easier. For those who are looking to build powerful websites with almost no coding or worries about technical aspects, there is no better time than now. With three main CMS options: WordPress, Joomla! and Drupal, which have established themselves as leading content management systems, there is only a question for youstuff

Interview with Dave Taylor: Parenting Digital Natives

Dave Taylor, single dad of three shares his hands-on expertise about parenting and children’s online safety.

Dave Taylor is a man of many skills. He is a published author of over 20 books, computer industry pioneer, accomplished academic, award-winning public speaker, entrepreneur and all-around a great guy – but the Dave we want to present today is: Dave Taylor, a single dad of three, who writes about parenting on his Gostuff

To Assist or not Assist Social Media Scammers – Has that Become a Question?

Scammers are using the ever increasing popularity and usage of social media to find new victims.

When it started in 2007, my relationship with Facebook was a bit naive and overwhelming, as all good relationships are at the beginning. I remember how accepting friend requests from people I didn’t know personally and posting a status every day (and let me thank FB timeline for reminding me of that o_O) was somethingstuff

7 Questions for an Expert – Controlling Your Online Identity

Interview with Michele Neylon, CEO of Blacknight, on controlling your online identity.

The most important thing you could ever learn about how the Internet works is that everything you put on it lives forever. EVERYTHING. You can delete a photo or an update or a tweet, but there is a record of it out there. You will never fully scrub the Internet of that photo you werestuff

The Pie Life And What’s In It – Interview With Samantha Ettus

Samantha Ettus talks her work/life balance philosophy

Back in February, we had the opportunity to see amazing Samantha Ettus – a leading balance expert, bestselling author and Forbes contributor – in action on Dad2.0 stage. She talked about her new relationship concept – partnershift, and invited attendees to take a different look on their relationship and what being a great partner reallystuff

Do You Know What Your Online Shadow Looks Like?

The moment you start moving in the offline world, you start being followed by your shadow. The same goes for the online world.

The moment you start moving in the offline world, you start being followed by your shadow. The same goes for the online world. But compared to your offline shadow, how much do you know about your online/digital/data one? Do you know how to control it and trace it? Digital shadow is a result of ourstuff

Five Steps to Conference Domination: How to Make Valuable Connections at Spark.Me

Spark.Me crowd 2014

Developing a strong professional network has become one of the key prerequisites for professional success. For successful networking you need people, and there is no better way for meeting successful, like-minded people than attending high-quality conferences. One such conference is Spark.Me – one of the biggest tech/business conferences in the Balkans. We are especially proudstuff

How to Name Your Blog

A great blog has great content first and foremost, but also has a phenomenal name that everyone can remember.

A great blog has great content first and foremost, but also has a phenomenal name that everyone can remember.  I met Kristen Howerton at a blogging conference and when she told me her blog was named Rage Against the Minivan, I knew immediately what her blog was about and to whom it spoke:  all thosestuff

How To Keep Your Company Safe Online: Rationale And Tips Provided

Are you doing enough to make sure your company is safe online?

I spoke at a conference yesterday and I can tell you my flip chart presentation was great. Then I went to the office and told my colleague about people I’ve met and he took notes in a notebook. Did that sound like an ordinary work day in 2015? Try changing the words – flip chartstuff

Learn How To Protect Your Online Privacy And Take Control Of Your Personal Data

For the next few month .ME will be sharing the knowledge on how Internet works and how to take control of our online data.

When you work on the Internet from the backend, you end up knowing a lot of things that the “civilian” public takes for granted. Our normal is navigating all of the technical precision that happens behind the scenes to make sure that when you type an address or click a link, your cat video isstuff

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