Author Archives: Melissa W. Sais

About Melissa W. Sais

I am a freelance writer, copywriter, ghostwriter and blogger. Contact me for your next creative project.

Originally posted on Digital Suburbia | Raising Kids in the Digital Age:
“To be popular one must be a mediocrity,” I told Rose Red, regurgitating an Oscar Wilde quote I read somewhere on the Internet today as she complained about the latest fifth-grade…

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No Longer a Skype Resister

If you’ve resisted like me, get with the program. Every laptop you buy today has a webcam. Just download the free program and get to Skyping — I guess that’s a word now. Continue reading

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Striking a Balance for Kids of the Digital Age

I read about a survey and study presented this week by the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop called Families Matter: Designing Media for a Digital Age. What I got out of it is that a lot of parents are just like me when it comes to teaching, protecting and entertaining our children today. Continue reading

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Is 3D Safe for Young Eyes?

So is 3D safe for those developing eyes? The American Optometric Association says it is. Continue reading

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Are you ready for mobile learning?

Are you ready for mobile learning? Our kids are. Continue reading

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Video Game Rating T-M: What does it mean?

Recently a friend of Cool Breeze wanted him to get a video game with a rating of T-M. I could find nothing online explaining this kind of rating, so I sent an email to the ESRB, and was pleasantly surprised to get a response in less than a week. Continue reading

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Unplugged: Celebrating the Royal Wedding

In honor of today’s most famous newlyweds, Rose Red, Nana and I will celebrate with a proper English tea at the St. James Tea Room. We’ll raise our tea cups to princesses everywhere and all our happily ever afters. Continue reading

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