[LINK] gps on kids

Michael Skeggs mike@bystander.net mskeggs at gmail.com
Wed Jan 14 00:39:11 AEDT 2009

None of my four kids will wear GPS collars, but I am already an
outlier because I think it reasonable they walk the 500 meters to
I'm hoping they will be the leaders of tomorrow (despite their Dad's
lacklustre performance) .
Good kids = good members of society -> people who will stand up for
their own rights and others. Perhaps I am behind the times and I
should be raising them in a bunker with plenty of canned food and

2009/1/13 Ivan Trundle <ivan at itrundle.com>:
> On 13/01/2009, at 12:57 PM, Richard Chirgwin wrote:
>> Back to the original story, I would consider child-rearing to be one
>> of
>> those more important things that we don't necessarily want delegated.
>> But I might be wrong ...
> Child care centres are a reflection of the desire to delegate, but
> this is only one small example: my wife (a teacher) sees examples of
> other forms of delegation daily. I'm not certain that it's a growing
> trend, but I'm not old enough to be a fully-blown cynic just yet...
> iT
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