When is reading reading?
Or, rather, when is it good for you? The New York Times looks at how the internet is changing the ways we think and how we learn.
Studies Show That Children Are Solicited Online
(from the NY Times, free registration required) -- "One in five children who regularly go online is approached by strangers for sex, according to a new study."
NYTimes.com has low security
Even me, the casual passerby, could access secret documents about the mysterious "partners," while trying to avoid downloading a cookie. Heh, "channel", "partners", the number 10. They're all related somehow?
PS: "channel.nytimes.com" doesn't give access to pages without logging in. Any ideas?