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The new anonymous app that's going viral with teens

For additional Tech Talk Tuesday conversations, go to Screenager’s fantastic blog to help guide you through the teenage years.  The latest app to join the social networking roster, TBH (To Be Honest) is meant to share positive vibes. Users anonymously receive and can send superlatives, such as “Best person to get a cup of coffee […]

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How young is too young to have a mobile device?

 Common Sense Media recently released the results from their latest survey: Media Use by Kids Age Zero to Eight. While the results are not surprising, they are troubling.  What I found most interesting is that almost half of kids eight years old and under have their own mobile device (this includes all types of mobile electronics […]

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Tech Talk Tuesday: Have you or your teen ever been "ghosted?"

Have you ever heard the term “ghosting”? According to the Urban Dictionary ghosting is: “The act of suddenly ceasing all communication with someone the subject is dating, but no longer wishes to date. … Ghosting is not specific to a certain gender and is closely related to the subject’s maturity and communication skills. ..” This happens with both […]

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Apple's new “Do Not Disturb While Driving” feature

Apple recently released iOS11, its latest operating system. With it comes the long-awaited “Do Not Disturb While Driving” feature. Many have criticized Apple for not having this feature sooner. “Do Not Disturb While Driving” will darken your screen and block calls, texts and notifications while connected to your car via Bluetooth or when the car […]

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Attention: Are we giving our kids enough?

When it comes to relationships, the most important thing one must bring to the table is one’s attention. Our attention is a precious gift that we decide to give or withhold from others. In an app-development class, 4th to 7th graders were asked to define a problem and then come up with an app that […]

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Explore Denver’s Past Today

More families are moving to the Denver area because of the unbeatable weather, lifestyle and child-friendly activities. But long before this was an emerging metropolis, Denver was a mining town. The Denver Public Library has a wealth of great photos and books in its Western History Collection, but if you want to learn about the […]

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Mile High Mamas Turns 10 Years Old: Our Story!

I was recently invited via one of my contacts on LinkedIn to tell the story of how I started Mile High Mamas and I realized September marks the 10-year anniversary of when we launched Mile High Mamas in 2007! I moved to Denver in December 2003 and married my husband, Jamie, in February. Six months later, we […]

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