At KidzVuz we believe that technology is not the enemy, and that our kids need the right tools and knowledge to become creative, responsible digital citizens. That’s why we are so excited to be part of the first ever Digital Family Summit in Philadelphia from June 29th-July 1st. The Digital Family Summit is an interactive, […]Read More The Digital Family Summit: A Weekend Devoted to Tech, Video, Social Media for Tweens and Teens!
Motorola provided me with a Xoom Tablet to test, review and keep as well as compensating me for my participation in the Xoom ambassadorship program. I did not, however get an embassy or other diplomatic perks. For the past few weeks I’ve been toting around a Motorola Xoom. And I truly mean “toting.” At only […]Read More Taking the Motorola Xoom to BlogHer and Beyond
Earlier this week Susannah Breslin wrote a post on Forbes Women titled, Why Women Shouldn’t Go to Tech Conferences. In a nutshell, she was upset about the frivolous and seemingly non-tech way that women were presented, and chosen to present, at Tech Week. Having just spoken on a panel at CE Week in New York […]Read More No One Puts Women Bloggers in a Corner – Except Women Bloggers?
Last week The Blogging Angels went on their first top-secret mission. The location: The NYC Microsoft offices. The Background: To learn all about the new Avatar Kinect and demo the technology. The Mission: To create our own Avatar Kinect project and show it off to the world today – July 25th, official launch day. I […]Read More Avatar Kinect: My Avatar is Ready for Her Close-Up
The CEA Line Shows hit NYC last week and this year mom bloggers had their own day at the show sponsored by Techlicious. It seemed like the whole city was taken over by CE Week with events every night and meetings every day. But the highlight for me was speaking on a panel with 2 […]Read More Tech Mom Bloggers Take On CE Week
While the Consumer Electronics Show may be over the rehashing has just begun. The Blogging Angels recorded a podcast every night of the show – and because we like our tech reporting with a side dish of gossip and laughter we give you the honest truth about what it’s like to be women at a […]Read More CES – Hookers, 3D TVs and Dancing Mops: You Have to Hear it to Believe It
Right now I’m writing from my swanky Las Vegas hotel room in between attending the world’s second largest trade show – The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) – and heading out to dinner with my fabulous conference sponsor Microsoft Windows 7. It’s not easy to fit in writing and reporting with all the booth touring, miles […]Read More The Consumer Electronics Show: Days 1 & 2 Quick and Dirty Recap
One of my fears as a mom is that as winter approaches my daughters will spend more and more time indoors being sedentary with unspent energy making all of us a little nuts. So, I love Wii games that get my girls moving. Just Dance Kids is one of those games. First of all my […]Read More Just Dance Kids! Another Great UbiSoft Game Giveaway!
I love LEGO and I suppose it’s in my DNA because my daughters, particularly one of them, are LEGO building fanatics. Give her a giant bucket of multicolored bricks and she’s off constructing every animal, structure and vehicle she can dream up. My daughters also inherited my gamer geek gene (and their dad’s – I […]Read More It’s a LEGO Universe – And My Whole Family’s Living In It
This week The Blogging Angels are back and we’re tackling the ins and outs of Twitter and social media etiquette. What do you do about nasty (or sociopathic) commenters? Do you have to thank everyone who retweets you? Or Follow Friday reciprocate all the time? What do you do with twitter bullies? And is the […]Read More Emily Post is Rolling in Her Grave – The Low Down on Twitter Etiquette