What a great experiment! And for each of us who feels a bit unsophisticated next the 6 year old who grew up with iDevices, here is a little payback!
This little watch, the Filip, is billed as a kid tracker or a smart watch, and it seems a little of both. It also has a very cool Dick Tracey communicator thing going on too. It can place calls to 5 preset numbers and receive texts from a paired iPhone app.
This guest post is from actor Devereau Chumrau.
Devereau may be a native of Los Angeles, but it is also the time she spent in Ghana, in Europe and the UK, and largely as a student of the Asolo Conservatory in Florida, that has shaped her vision as an actor and as an artist. She has, all along the way, worked to develop her interest and experience in acting for the stage and for the screen.
Catch her show LOVECRAFT: Nightmare Suite opening Jan 31 at the Visceral Company in Hollywood.
There is nothing that can top a cute kid. These kids are so very cute.
Tricia Messeroux of Toddlewood Photography turns these adorable kids into the visions of the celebrities that we all know and recognize.
Mini Chiwetel! And a close runner-up are mini hosts Amy Poehler and Tina Fey.
James Mollison uses the power of series (and its inherent qualities of comparison, contrast, expectation and surprise ) to tell the very moving story of childhood around the world in his book Where Children Sleep.
“I hope the book gives a a glimpse into the lives some children are living in very diverse situations around the world; a chance to reflect on the inequality that exists, and realise just how lucky most of us in the developed world are,” says James.
Other series we've had on kids and schools around the world include:
Saatchi & Heckler created First Taste, a charming short film for Sydney’s recent TEDx event.
Director Matt Gilmour said he was inspired by the reaction of his two-year-old daughter to trying new food. So Cute!
At about $20,000, this 6ft tall giant robot is more than just a toy. It's an actual kid-controlled robot, from Japanese company Sakakibara Kikai.
With hand controls, kids can have it do simple movements with its arms. The robot can walk forwards, backwards and can even turn a full circle.
There are a lot of fearless daredevils out there, risking their lives for thrills, publicity or some other unnamed psychic pressure. None of them, not a single one of them have the slightest bit up on these kids who risk their lives and struggle just to show up at school.
As Lao Tzu tells us:
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