Two thousand years after they were written and decades after they were found in desert caves, some of the Dead Sea scrolls went online yesterday in a project launched by Israel’s national museum and the internet search giant Google.
Publishing five of the most important Dead Sea scrolls on the internet is [...]
Memorial Day is here and while many have planned road trips and barbecues, there are still many out there who haven’t thought twice about what they are going to do. Fortunately, this article is for both categories. Whether your on your way to a camping adventure, visiting relatives or a Veteran’s Memorial, the [...]
At times, the world can seem overwhelming in this day and age. What we have to consider in analyzing this new phenomenon of Tech Overload, the massive stress created by everchanging technological developments that seem to have us connected even when we don’t want to be.
The Double Edged Sword
Technology has [...]
The Online Mom, May 20, (Link)
Two-year-olds using iPads, elementary schoolers hooked up to video games, the challenge of prying your middle-schooler away from the computer long enough to eat a decent meal… Technology is everywhere and its draw on kids is obvious, but can kids learn using technology?
Technology, says Larry Berger, executive director [...]