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Pavithra Selvam
Pavithra Selvam
Wife.Sister of adorable teen.
London, GB

4 parents have answered

Holly Seddon admin
Holly Seddon Editor-in-chief of Kent, UK

While there some similarities (questions and answers, being the main one!) the sites have different aims and different approaches. is for parents and experts to ask and answer questions that share insight into raising children in a connected world. We have editorial content and a wonderful - and growing - group of experts sharing their knowledge and ideas.

There are many functional differences between the two sites, which are probably a bit boring to list.

Currently there are not plans to create a children's area, although being at the beginning of our journey, we are developing ideas and paying close attention to what our community wants.

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Experience 3 years ago
Francesco admin
Francesco Founder @ London, GB

Fundamentally, the aim of the two sites is quite different. The best way to put it, as I've said on my profile, is that we created because we want children to enjoy the best that this connected world has to offer, without getting into trouble. As we all know, technology is evolving at an exponential rate and it is rapidly changing the way children learn, play & socialize. Our role as parents, guardians, and teachers is to guide them through it and help them become happy and well-balanced adults. So, we need to get involved, we need to understand how their (our) world is changing and what we can do to help them make sense of it. We hope that can become a place where we can have interesting and inspiring conversation about the future of our children. The idea to open it up to kids is not a bad one though and it could be worth considering - thanks!

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Fact 3 years ago
Cliff Jones writer
Cliff Jones Dad of two. Life 1st, tech 2nd. Maidenhead, Windsor and Maidenhead, UK

One is the UK's finest resource for parenting in an increasingly connecte world, and the other I think is the well-at-heel American matriarch of the Crawley estate played by Elizabeth McGoven in ITV smash Downton Abbey. Why do you ask?

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Fact 3 years ago
Kristin Bennett McNeely
Kristin Bennett McNeely Techie Designer Mom Seattle, Washington

Quora is broader, and is more niche, a really really good important niche imho...

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Opinion 3 years ago

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