Spriggle made its debut last week out of the NewMe Accelerator with the aim of building a new, super social way for parents to test out and shop for kids’ toys — by bringing the experience into in-home playdates that are already a way of life for so many families with young children.
Spriggle’s co-founders Susie Ye and Carolina Huaranca tell me it’s essentially a spin on th
So before I rant, I'd like to say that yes, my parents DO act normal at times. My main issue with my parents is how inconsistent they act. For example, my parents are supportive in many normal ways, like if I was injured they would be there for me (albeit pissed and kicking the entire way).
A recent poll sponsored by Telstra found that more than half of Australian parents with children using online social networking services like Facebook and Twitter say the services are distracting them from their studies.
Cincinnati startup ChoreMonster — the app that makes it easy for parents to assign chores and incentivizes their kids for actually doing them — reaches another milestone with their latest version 2.0 Read More