Through Young Eyes

by Larry Emmott on May 26, 2009

in General

Thursday, May 14th, 2009

Today’s teenagers have never known a world without computers, cell phones and the Internet. So we adults naturally assume that they lack perspective and context about the role — good and bad — that technology has in their lives. But is that really the case? Edgelings.com editor-in-chief Michael S. Malone decided to find out — so he asked a class of eighth graders at a school at the very heart of Silicon Valley. The surprisingly sophisticated answers he got will surprise — and perhaps console — you.  Read Here:

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