Ohanarama provides social networking for young children and their families

As I say in my recent blog post over at CNET, a new web service enables families to stay in touch, even with kids who are too young (under 13) to be on Facebook.

Unlike some children’s sites that only allow in kids, Ohanarama actually encourages interaction between kids and the adults in their lives including parents, grandparents and extended family members. It’s also a way for kids to interact with siblings and cousins.

What I like about the site is that it recognizes that intergenerational communications is a good thing — not something we need to fear and avoid.

More at News.com

 

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