In this episode we continue our chat with Mike Conrad, founder of Enxo.co about the current state of parental controls. This is from a live conversation we had as a part of Startup Week Chattanooga. We also chat about the dangers that should be on every parent’s radar.
In this episode we chat with Mike Conrad, founder of Enxo.co about the current state of parental controls, we review news you need to know, and we provide a resource that will help with your digital parenting.
In this episode we chat with Brad Ruiter, a digital parent who also is a tech consultant that has worked with many of the biggest brands in the country. Brad’s expertise in technology paired with his experience in parenting gives him a unique perspective that we know you will enjoy!
In this episode of the podcast we talk about how technology can affect your child’s sexual and relational health. We review what data tells us about this complex issue and talk about what you can do to address it. In addition, we take a look at some news from the week and provide a resource you Android users are going to love!
In this episode of the Digital Parenting Podcast, we chat with Nathan Eaton from Public Church about an upcoming DigitalParenting.com event they are sponsoring. We also dive into some news stories that help you understand the challenges with information security and body image.
In this episode of the Digital Parenting Podcast, we help parents understand accountability software by chatting with Mike Conrad, founder of Enxo.co. We also talk about some news topics that you need to know, and we have a resource that could help you setup a phone for your child.
Chances are that your child’s favorite mobile or console game is teaching them to gamble. Welcome to the world of loot boxes.
In this episode of the Digital Parenting Podcast, we help parents understand the world of social media that their kids are living in by chatting with Mitchell Waters. We also talk about some news topics that you need to know, and we have a resource that could help you set some reasonable boundaries for your kids.
Game developers are really good at influencing your behavior. They have become masters at using behavioral psychology and data to change how you spend your time and money. If your kids plays any mobile or console games, you need to teach them how to deal with these influences.
In this episode of the Digital Parenting Podcast, we delve into the complex topic of cyberbullying and help to frame it for today’s parents.