Monday, August 15, 2005

The technology gap "About this time every year, a debate ensues in many households about buying back-to-school technology. It's the old generation gap, but with a new twist.
Parents want their kids to focus on what they need for schoolwork. The kids want something that's entertaining and cool.
Parents are more likely to approve the gadgets that can make their kids more productive, including computers, cell phones, handheld computers or graphing calculators.
But teens favor technologies that can be used for entertainment or socializing, with music players such as the iPod at the top of the list."

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