Tech Exec Parenting
The Wall Street Journal graciously asked me to write an article about why parents should come together in groups such as Wait Until 8th and Concord Promise to push back the age when kids get smartphones, with a counter argument taken by Alexandra Samuel.
New York Times writer Nellie Bowles interviewed me for her article on the new digital divide: Children in more affluent areas are spending much less time on screens and phones than kids in less advantaged communities.
Dr. Freed, author of Wired Child, on Fox Mornings on 2 talking about the choice to get kids smartphones and other devices for the holidays.
In the Huffington Post, I appeal to Bill and Melinda Gates--who set strong screen and phone limits on their own kids--to use their incredible influence to help America's parents set tech limits.
I wrote this article in the Huffington Post to highlight the importance of preventing video game addiction before it sinks its teeth into children.
The Huffington Post published Dr. Freed's article on the challenges of parenting kids in the digital age. The article begins with the story of a mother who doesn't know if she can set limits on her daughter's phone...
The New York Times' article, "Steve Jobs Was a Low-Tech Parent," reveals that leading tech executives set strong limits on their own children's tech use...