In digital age, where do parents set boundaries?

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Once a week, Tiffany Shlain and her family take a break from electronic devices. She calls it a “Technology Shabbat.” Modeled after the Jewish day of rest, the idea is that Shlain and her family turn off computers, mobile phones and TVs, so they can focus on being present. Read more here

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