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‘My Shine’ by Childish GambinoStuck in my head this morning.

‘My Shine’ by Childish Gambino
Stuck in my head this morning.

‘Livin’ It Up (Friday Night)’ by Bell and JamesCruddy video, but this is the song that’s stuck in my head this morning.

‘Livin’ It Up (Friday Night)’ by Bell and James
Cruddy video, but this is the song that’s stuck in my head this morning.

‘Give Me The Night’ by George BensonWoke up with this stuck in my head.

‘Give Me The Night’ by George Benson
Woke up with this stuck in my head.

‘We Ain’t Them’ by Childish Gambino"I’m not Asher Roth, I don’t sleep on my bread."
Stuck in my head this morning when I woke up.

‘We Ain’t Them’ by Childish Gambino
"I’m not Asher Roth, I don’t sleep on my bread." Stuck in my head this morning when I woke up.

Bad news: Eye doc. Good news: JT selfie.

Bad news: Eye doc. Good news: JT selfie.

adteachings:

I’m not sure who did these or why, but they’re pretty funny.

Vomit everywhere.
Nice.

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My folks are coming from Virginia Beach to take the kids away for a few days. The kids have been packed and sitting on the porch for hours. Waiting. Is this some kind of commentary on my parenting?

My folks are coming from Virginia Beach to take the kids away for a few days. The kids have been packed and sitting on the porch for hours. Waiting. Is this some kind of commentary on my parenting?

fastcompany:

Last month, as I geared up to teach my daughter “Bug” to code, we built a better map of our neighborhood than Google had. On one level, it was a moment of empowerment. But on a deeper level it was a lesson about the futility of fighting Mountain View: The Fusion Tables my 6-year-old and I used to build our map are just one of a suite of Google Drive apps, and all the data we manually pulled together went back to the mothership.
Kids generally (and Bug specifically) get this. If you want a peek into how deeply they trust consumer-facing brands, drive them to McDonald’s and order them something new, and note their willingness to try anything Ronald boxes up in a Happy Meal. Now attempt to swap generic oat circles for the big yellow Cheerios box.
Kids today want to trust brands, and that’s why digital companies are trying to break into the Happy Meal demographic. Google is reportedly aiming to build child-friendly versions of its services, and the Instagram-for-kids app Kuddle raised millions in funding. This all suggests a move toward a Nickelodeon-ization of the Internet that allows you to plant your kid and walk away.
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This is interesting, though mi not sure I agree with it.

fastcompany:

Last month, as I geared up to teach my daughter “Bug” to code, we built a better map of our neighborhood than Google had. On one level, it was a moment of empowerment. But on a deeper level it was a lesson about the futility of fighting Mountain View: The Fusion Tables my 6-year-old and I used to build our map are just one of a suite of Google Drive apps, and all the data we manually pulled together went back to the mothership.

Kids generally (and Bug specifically) get this. If you want a peek into how deeply they trust consumer-facing brands, drive them to McDonald’s and order them something new, and note their willingness to try anything Ronald boxes up in a Happy Meal. Now attempt to swap generic oat circles for the big yellow Cheerios box.

Kids today want to trust brands, and that’s why digital companies are trying to break into the Happy Meal demographic. Google is reportedly aiming to build child-friendly versions of its services, and the Instagram-for-kids app Kuddle raised millions in funding. This all suggests a move toward a Nickelodeon-ization of the Internet that allows you to plant your kid and walk away.

Read More>

This is interesting, though mi not sure I agree with it.