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Social Networking: Not the Sole Province of the Young

teebeedee.jpgEvery parent should try to familiarize themselves with social networking. Understanding how you make friends and share information is probably the single best way you can help your kids adopt the right strategies for staying safe.

But if MySpace and Facebook are as intimidating to you as Public Speaking 101, then you might want to “stick to your own kind.” I recently took a look at two of the top social networks for the boomer crowd: Eons and TeeBeeDee.

Visit Yahoo! Tech to learn about networks for the over 40 crowd. You may find that you want to start your social networking travels with a bunch of contemporaries.