Lets face it, unless you have the time to really follow the technology space closely, its likely you have been left behind on at least one of the more recent online communication tools. Keeping up on texting to IM to MySpace to Twitter can be overwhelming and even intimidating. As a parent, it can be even more so as there is never enough time in a day to get everything accomplished you need to. Even as an aunt, technology is the one sure fire way to connect with my 14-year-old niece who seems to text more than any other human on the planet. Without text, I’m sure I’d ‘talk’ with her much less than I do.Here at Intel, we’ve put together a great resource for parents to demonstrate that communicating with their kids (or family or friends) in an online world really can be easy and accessible. With kids back in school – it may be one of your best bets at reaching your child on the go. You can find the guide here. Don’t be left in the dark; check it out and start building your accounts on your Intel-powered PC, mobile phone or Mobile Internet Device (aka MID). And if you happen to need a place to check out the ins and outs of PC-buying as well as other tips and tricks, PC.com is my go-to. Happy back-to-school!
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