[LINK] gps on kids...

David Lochrin dlochrin at d2.net.au
Wed Jan 14 22:23:10 AEDT 2009

I meant to add that I think the problem (loss of the capacity for sustained and critical thought) is mostly cultural, and not much dependent on the mode of delivery.  The medium is psychologically important, but it's not the message.

And my objection to GPS trackers for children is essentially cultural in nature - in most general terms it devalues the parent-child relationship and should be rejected for that reason.


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