Tablets and toddlers: A warning for parents of tech-savvy children. The American Academy of Pediatrics says children under two should avoid all screen time.
...If they are always on the iPad and not actually doing those paper pencil activities that they should still be doing, those muscles are going to remain weaker,” said occupational therapist Lindsay Marzoli, Learning and Therapy Corner.
Read more: http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2013/11/14/red-flag-doctors-warn-tablets-can-actually-hurt-a-toddlers-developing-body/
Struggling to recall birthdays or the name of an actor in the last film you've seen? Then blame the Google effect.
Our growing reliance on the Internet for fact-checking and other basic information has resulted in growing levels of forgetfulness, according to scientists.
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2510053/How-Google-rotting-memories-Young-people-today-worse-memories-parents.html#ixzz2l826fd9m
How about sticking with the two tablets brought down from Mount Sinai?
Speaking about writing activities and not forgetting, in the video below, Elie Farkas discusses how our actions are not forgotten but are written in a book which will be used as our judge and jury at the end of days.