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How Worried Should You Be About Your Kid’s Screen Time?

The numbers would make you believe that we (and our kids) do nothing but sit and stare at our screens all day. According to Nielsen, the average American adult spends nearly 12 hours a day on electronic media, mostly screen-based. Kids as young as two are spending more than two hours on screen media every day, and by 8-18 that average has ballooned. Excluding homework time, tweens (8-12 years old) spend nearly six hours each day on their devices, and teens (13-18) skyrocket to nine hours, according to Common Sense Media.

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Philips Eyes Behavioral Change Key to the Personal Health Market

Personal fitness devices from companies like FitBit and Withings have clearly made inroads with highly motivated fitness devotees. Can similar devices have the same impact on those suffering from health issues?

 

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Hillary Clinton’s Acceptance Speech As Seen By The Algorithms

Last week, we ran a software analysis on clarity of speech and word usage for Donald Trump’s acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention. Now, it’s Hillary’s turn.

 

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Trump’s Acceptance Speech As Seen By The Algorithms

The tech-savvy (except Peter Thiel) have shown no love for the newly announced Republican candidate throughout the nominating process. I figured it was time to look at Trump’s speech in the tech world’s own lingo — algorithms.

 

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Fujifilm Instax: Bringing the Printed Photo Back into Fashion

This week I had Rachel Dunphy, my twenty-something assistant put a portable printer through its paces. Rachel discovered the kitsch, the playfulness, and the always present beauty of the printed photo. Here’s what Rachel had to say about “the print”.

 

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