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Seb James

Seb James

Sheffield
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Developer of logmykidsoff.com

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  • Questions 1
  • Answers 4
  • Followers 4
  • Follows 8
  • Votes given 9
  • Votes received 4
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08Jul
What do you think of the message given on the landing page of logmykidsoff.com?

Thanks for the response Franceso; I'll take that on board for the next change I made.

08Jul

Seb - just took a look at your landing page. The message should reflect the problem you are trying to solve. Currently, your headline reads "give ...

05Jul
What is the fictional death you'll never forget?

Goodnight Mr Tom. That was a very memorable story.

05Jul
What do you think of the message given on the landing page of logmykidsoff.com?

There are quite a few neurological disorders which cause kids to show difficult behaviour including ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Parents of ...

05Jul
What do you think of the message given on the landing page of logmykidsoff.com?

Hi Richard, thanks very much for the feedback. It's certainly difficult to get the message correct. The idea of LogMyKidsOff isn't so much to monitor ...

04Jul
What the heck happened to Lego?

Love the idea of buying a job lot of the basic blocks. How much did it cost?

04Jul

I do agree that the models are a lot more complex than when I grew up, and the cost! Lego is amazing, especially if you go back to the original ...

04Jul

I took my 4 boys down to a local forest and we spent about 6 hours building a Bear Grylls inspired shelter/hut that is big enough for us all to ...

04Jul
What did you do as a family this weekend?

On Saturday the boys had their computer time early (they were building a house in Minecraft) and then my wife and I and my father took them to the ...

04Jul

What do you think of the message given on the landing page of logmykidsoff.com?

04Jul

I would agree about Scratch. However, I would also emphasise the importance of experiences with a variety of languages. By doing this, you introduce ...

04Jul

Thanks for this question! I'm currently studying just this topic in very detail. The best option I'd give you now is going to the page: ...

04Jul
Which programming language is the most useful first step for kids?

Thinking about it, "Machine code for kids" may not be the correct title - it might be "Programming in machine code" or similar.

04Jul
Which programming language is the most useful first step for kids?

I think the actual language is less important than the resource that you use to help the child learn it. My 8 year old son is transfixed by the 1983 ...

04Jul

Personally I find all of the parental controls I've ever tried to be pretty much unworkable. What works for us is that the kids don't have the right ...

04Jul

Mac Os has built in parental controls, however if you want to do it properly you should think about putting an internet block on all devices in your ...

04Jul

The built in parental control seems pretty good. Since it is built in the OS, it allows the parents to set restrictions by user account regardless ...

04Jul
Please could someone tell me what is the best parental control software available?

It would be useful to know what aspect of parental control Ken needs for the children he's caring for. My needs for parental control software are all ...

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Followed by 4 people

Liz Kronenberger Mohammadreza Afshari James Cooke Holly Seddon

Following 8 people

Holly Seddon Heidi Scrimgeour Roberto Catanuto Dughall McCormick Jill Hodges Francesco Richard Taylor Leonie Smith