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New social network for Kids - Togetherville

submitted on May 19, 2010 by orangearrows in "Member's Lounge"
Togetherville: A social network for kids


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    Posted by HouTex on May 19, 2010
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    Sounds pretty good!
    Togetherville is intended for kids who are too young for Facebook, officially, but have parents immersed in that culture. The 6- to 10-year-olds are invited to engage with their real-world friends, play games, watch videos, and create art. Grownups act as the gateways for new contacts, assuming the responsibility for inviting other families to join each child's online neighborhood. Experiencing online networking together, grownups can guide their kids through the age-appropriate content in an ad-free environment.

    The project was developed by people trained in child development, learning, and online safety. Developers worked with officials from Connect Safely and the Family Online Safety Institute to include the social and technical activities that serve as the core competency for online interaction. Three key areas -- self-expression, entertainment, and education -- are emphasized.

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