Editor in Chief of TUAW, Victor Agreda, Jr., decided to get an iPod touch for his kids last Christmas. Being a divorced father, he wants to keep in contact with his kids while they’re with the other parent. What Agreda found was a bunch of experiences that can help to serve other fathers – both married and divorced.
“I do recommend that parents think hard about getting their kids iOS devices before making the leap,” says Agreda. “Most kids I have met under 10 are not responsible enough to ‘own’ an iPod touch without a lot of supervision.”
Agreda’s advice is a little more cautious than the balls-to-the-wall advice we heard back in October when we talked to the WIRED GeekDad Ken Denmead.
This week’s Podcast Question of the Week has to do with kids and cell phones:
Do you let your kids play with your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or other …