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June 12, 2000

Summer tech guide for Kids

Keeping kids safe online
Not all kids can count on an anything-goes summer online.

Online to laugh, to chat, but not to buy
Christina Marsalisi, a seventh-grader with a broad smile, spends 30 hours a week online.

Have a favorite Web site?
The Web may have a billion pages or so, but you probably have one or two places you consider special. So, Tech Times readers, we ask you to share: What are your favorite Web sites?

Solutions
Q. I use the Content Advisor setting in Internet Explorer to allow my son to surf the Net without supervision. Lately, the content settings are reset to zero, the most restrictive level, each time IE opens.

Site seeiinterang
Did you get my fax?

Postings
Joe Brand and Bob Pittman will demonstrate digital video editing on an iMac at the Bay Area Mac Users' Group meeting Wednesday at the Largo Cultural Center, 105 Central Park Drive. A beginner's class starts at 6:30 p.m., with the regular meeting at 7:30. For information, call Virginia Chilcote, (727) 796-2929.

Video games
What's on tap for players
Summer is a slow time for video games for good reason: Who wants to stay inside when you can go out and play?

New game consoles: Online will be where it's at
The first head-to-head showdown between Sega's Dreamcast and Sony's PlayStation 2 didn't turn out to be much of a battle.
 


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