Is Time Too Worried About Kids for Its Own Good

Okay, I’m sure Time Magazine has a point (“Are Kids Too Wired for Their Own Good?”) on how kids use technology to sometimes be over-connected to a fault, but I worry more about Time’s obsession with kids. What is this, the third or fourth cover piece on kids in the last six month? Maybe it’s Time, not kids, that needs to do a little work sorting things out.

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Comments

  1. Guillaume says:

    I find that Time always gets obsessed with something. I stopped my subscribtion in mid-2003: I was fed up with Irak and GIs.
    But don’t tell anyone, I might get kicked out of the US too (re: March Madness post) :)