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Олег Кияшко
Олег Кияшко Don't mind my display name >.< Kyiv, Ukraine
Is fanfiction writing a copyright infringement?
Matthew Day: http://chillingeffects.org/fanfic/faq.cgi Technically, it is an infringement, though certain parts are deemed worthy of copyright protection, while ...
Video & Films , E-books , Life Hacking 3 years ago
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Олег Кияшко
Олег Кияшко Don't mind my display name >.< Kyiv, Ukraine
Should children's music have style/instrument usage restriction?
Suzanne Freyjadis: No, children's music should come from a wide range of styles and use a variety of instruments. Here are 5 Reasons Children Should Be Exposed to Lots ...
Video & Films , Life Hacking , How To 3 years ago
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Francesco
Francesco Founder @ Quib.ly London, GB
Owlet is an infant health tracker that was just launched at CES. Would you buy it? If yes, why? if not, why not?
Life Hacking , Child Behaviour 3 years ago
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Holly Seddon
Holly Seddon Editor-in-chief of Quib.ly Kent, UK
What are your parenting new year resolutions for 2014?
Life Hacking 3 years ago
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Scott Collen
Scott Collen Social and Community Geek London, GB
What Raspberry Pi 'How to' or instruction books would you recommend?
Holly Seddon: My son has Programming the Raspberry Pi (Getting Started with Python) by Simon Monk. It's pretty heavy weather (son is a brainbox 11-year-old) so not ...
Toys & Gadgets , Life Hacking 3 years ago
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Laura Celada
Laura Celada Quib.ly’s Editorial intern London, GB
What are your Christmas traditions?
Life Hacking 3 years ago
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Laura Celada
Laura Celada Quib.ly’s Editorial intern London, GB
How do you find out what your child wants for Christmas?
Holly Seddon: I ask really obvious searching questions(!). I've tried to encourage them to write Christmas lists, but only my daughter (12) did and all it said was ...
Life Hacking 3 years ago
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Laura Celada
Laura Celada Quib.ly’s Editorial intern London, GB
Can shopping online take the stress out of Christmas?
Mona Hamaad: It has become a tradition that towards the start of December we start to worry about Christmas. In my opinion, the largest stress of all is trying to ...
Life Hacking 3 years ago
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Laura Celada
Laura Celada Quib.ly’s Editorial intern London, GB
Did parents take advantage of Black Friday deals?
Олег Кияшко: I think that everyone, who loves shopping, may be really in awe of these periodical discounts. This is a commercial discount in order to decrease ...
Life Hacking 3 years ago
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Laura Celada
Laura Celada Quib.ly’s Editorial intern London, GB
Any apps to help parents with Christmas shopping?
Dr Amanda Gummer: Not yet available as an app but www.goodtoyguide.com is great for finding good toys. It has a detailed search filter and you can look for products ...
Life Hacking , How To , Apps 3 years ago
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Holly Seddon
Holly Seddon Editor-in-chief of Quib.ly Kent, UK
What are your tips for organising Christmas?
Joanne Mallon: First of all we shop less and with in laws who have children we only buy for the kids (by mutual agreement). I used to plan months ahead but I found ...
Life Hacking , How To 3 years ago
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Олег Кияшко
Олег Кияшко Don't mind my display name >.< Kyiv, Ukraine
Are computer games not a purpose of a computer?
Adam Clark: Purpose is what humans give something. A computer can have gaming as a "purpose" if you assign it that purpose. But, yes, I agree with Matthew, ...
Toys & Gadgets , Life Hacking , Digital Future 3 years ago
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Laura Celada
Laura Celada Quib.ly’s Editorial intern London, GB
What new tools are you using to manage your children’s TV time?
Anne Louise Bannon: The best management tool of all is you. If you're watching with your kids, then you know how much time they're watching and what they're seeing. That ...
Video & Films , Life Hacking , How To 3 years ago
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Laura Celada
Laura Celada Quib.ly’s Editorial intern London, GB
Can a watch that tracks your heart rate make you a health obsessive?
Frankie Columbu: I think anything that tracks 'performance' of any kind can be habit-forming, and it varies from individual to individual whether that habit be ...
Toys & Gadgets , Life Hacking , Health & Wellbeing 3 years ago
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Steve Jewell
Steve Jewell Technology Wannabe London, GB
Can the whole family enjoy Cubelets?
Toys & Gadgets , Life Hacking , Education 3 years ago
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Carl Hagel
Carl Hagel Dad of 2 awesome kids New York, US
Should I buy a Roku instead of Apple TV?
Jason Hart: If you have already bought some TV shows or movies through iTunes and want to watch them on your TV, Apple TV is the way to go. If you are not as ...
Video & Films , Life Hacking 3 years ago
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Maria  Sibireva
Maria Sibireva Senior lecturer Saint Petersburg, Russia
Do you have any favourite outdoor places to go for a walk with your children?
Sean Braacx: We are blessed to live by a number of parks in Vancouver, and take our son walking there regularly. Often we will stop at the playground and take him ...
Child Development , Life Hacking , Child Behaviour 3 years ago
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Anonymous
Anonymous
Has anyone created a DIY baby monitor?
Pax: Why reinvent the wheel here? I think the best baby monitors these days are the ones that use the technology many of us already have lying around: ...
Safety & Privacy , Life Hacking 3 years ago
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