I have found that the biggest impact that technology has had on my "parenting" life isn't in my relationship with my child, it's in my identity as a mother. The internet has revolutionized motherhood by allowing us to make connections that wouldn't have
Facebook reveals the news articles that grabbed the most attention on the social network in 2011. Unsurprisingly, the wrap-up spans a range of subjects from celebrity deaths (Ryan Dunn, Steve Jobs) to weather disasters, and even a few viral videos.
Cotton T-shirt has a print that looks like a computer's progress meter and says "Loading... please wait."
The famous sister of Mark Zuckerberg tells CNET about growing up on social media and explains why she feels compelled to help adults and children unravel their "wired lives."
Social scientists at the University of Southampton uncover telling trends in maternal health--during pregnancy, childbirth, and beyond--with online maps using UN and WHO figures.
Yahoo's new CEO choice signals a sea change in the way women in Silicon Valley and the business world present themselves. But the stakes are high.
Babies don't come with remote controls or even an "off" switch. Do the promises made by high-tech baby gadgets set up new parents for increased burnout and disappointment?
The open-source Drupal package now is used to power WhiteHouse.gov. But please don't conflate open source and open governance.
IBM releases the Open Cloud Manifesto in a less-than-open way, leading to some of the biggest cloud vendors holding out. Is the manifesto thus doomed from the start?
Introduction to Amy and Michael Tiemann's new CNET blog network offering, the (parent . thesis) parenting & technology blog.