Parenting in the age of the internet
I'm a little bit worried about doing it right.
I learned to read and write on computers.
Our first home computer, the Sinclair ZX81, had BASIC shortcuts built into the keyboards: you could hit a key combination and words like RUN, THEN, and ELSE would spit out onto the screen. I wrote a lot of early stories using those building blocks.
Our second, the Atari 130XE, had similar BASIC instructions, but a…
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