You can accuse us of plenty of things (like the kinds of jokes we tell at a formal dinner or the sounds we like to make in a crowded elevator) but one thing you can’t accuse of us is being stingy.
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Engaging The YouTube Generation
Comedy is still seen by some as a rebel, but that’s completely without cause. It’s now recognised that the techniques used by the entertainment industry for over a century are making people stop and think.
Parental Control Episode 1: Facebook
Jack has three tasks this weekend: Look after his niece and nephew; make sure they don’t starve; and let 13 year old Sarah set up Facebook. But he’s out of his depth, forgotten lunch and now Sarah’s got HOW MANY friends on Facebook?!
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Parental Control Episode 2: YouTube
Now feeling internet-conscious, Chloe flags up concerns when Sarah asks to watch some “epic fail” videos on YouTube. With Restricted Mode switched off, Jack and Chloe venture into the web to test the “three clicks” theory…
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