(This is a copy of my weekly column for newspapers and radio.) As the father of a child born in the era between the first and second iPads, I am made acutely aware that technology is driving baby rearing–just as it is driving everything else. But I find the field surprisingly uneven. Nappies, for example. They’re definitely easier than in my day: Even I can change one. They carry logos of Winnie the Pooh and other lovable characters–all presumably a little surprised to find themselves so close, as it were, to the waterline. There are little adhesive strips on the side and wingtips for extra
Checking out the dodgeball Flash demo (dodgeball has just been acquired by Google). Am I the only person to notice that Randi has quite a prominent Adam’s Apple? Should someone tell Grellan that the woman he has a crush on may not be quite what she seems?