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Offline Tom Bozeman

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Re: Parental Control, Child Protection Software, Parental Internet Control
« Reply #15 on: October 29, 2011, 12:24:53 AM »
Kids are curious,,,,which is a good thing.

Whether it is $ex,,,or how a garage door open works, they want to know.

Easy to say,,,,but difficult to do,,,,,Education is the key

They will find a way, regardless of what we do
Maybe I was a weird kid (well, ok, I was a weird kid) but I was far more interested in knowing how a garage door opener worked than I was about sex.   :laugh:

Yup, you were weird.

I don't have garage doors that open easily,,,,but I do have kids  :p
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Re: Parental Control, Child Protection Software, Parental Internet Control
« Reply #16 on: October 29, 2011, 10:09:53 AM »
I didn't have a garage, but it was obvious how the barn doors opened. Brute force. :)

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Re: Parental Control, Child Protection Software, Parental Internet Control
« Reply #17 on: October 29, 2011, 01:13:35 PM »
Kids are curious,,,,which is a good thing.

Whether it is $ex,,,or how a garage door open works, they want to know.

Easy to say,,,,but difficult to do,,,,,Education is the key

They will find a way, regardless of what we do
Maybe I was a weird kid (well, ok, I was a weird kid) but I was far more interested in knowing how a garage door opener worked than I was about sex.   :laugh:

From the sound of the majority of your posts, it seems like you are still that way, whether by choice or not is another story.  :laugh:

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Re: Parental Control, Child Protection Software, Parental Internet Control
« Reply #18 on: October 29, 2011, 01:57:57 PM »
Kids are curious,,,,which is a good thing.

Whether it is $ex,,,or how a garage door open works, they want to know.

Easy to say,,,,but difficult to do,,,,,Education is the key

They will find a way, regardless of what we do
Maybe I was a weird kid (well, ok, I was a weird kid) but I was far more interested in knowing how a garage door opener worked than I was about sex.   :laugh:

Yup, you were weird.

I don't have garage doors that open easily,,,,but I do have kids  :p
Well, I was also a kid in the age (as with almost all of us here) before Internet pr0n (or Internet itself for that matter).   :laugh:
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Re: Parental Control, Child Protection Software, Parental Internet Control
« Reply #19 on: October 29, 2011, 02:00:38 PM »
Kids are curious,,,,which is a good thing.

Whether it is $ex,,,or how a garage door open works, they want to know.

Easy to say,,,,but difficult to do,,,,,Education is the key

They will find a way, regardless of what we do
Maybe I was a weird kid (well, ok, I was a weird kid) but I was far more interested in knowing how a garage door opener worked than I was about sex.   :laugh:

From the sound of the majority of your posts, it seems like you are still that way, whether by choice or not is another story.  :laugh:
That is true.  I'm really not all that interested in that or relationships to be honest.  I think it's served me quite well overall.   :laugh:
The only downside is not having a family/kids.  Once I'm gone then my family bloodline stops as my younger brother doesn't have kids or a relationship either. 

Now, get back to me in 20 years and ask me if I still feel the same way.   :laugh:
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Re: Parental Control, Child Protection Software, Parental Internet Control
« Reply #20 on: October 29, 2011, 02:09:21 PM »
Kids are curious,,,,which is a good thing.

Whether it is $ex,,,or how a garage door open works, they want to know.

Easy to say,,,,but difficult to do,,,,,Education is the key

They will find a way, regardless of what we do
Maybe I was a weird kid (well, ok, I was a weird kid) but I was far more interested in knowing how a garage door opener worked than I was about sex.   :laugh:

Yup, you were weird.

I don't have garage doors that open easily,,,,but I do have kids  :p
Well, I was also a kid in the age (as with almost all of us here) before Internet pr0n (or Internet itself for that matter).   :laugh:

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Re: Parental Control, Child Protection Software, Parental Internet Control
« Reply #21 on: October 29, 2011, 02:11:53 PM »
I had one child, then sent her mom packing. So, I get to live the single life yet still have someone to take care of me when I get old (payback for all those diapers I changed when she was a baby).
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Re: Parental Control, Child Protection Software, Parental Internet Control
« Reply #22 on: October 29, 2011, 02:33:32 PM »
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Re: Parental Control, Child Protection Software, Parental Internet Control
« Reply #23 on: October 29, 2011, 02:35:02 PM »
Heck Tomato on the router does a decent job of monitoring without even smart kids really thinking of it.... we have that setup on a lot of networks, it just emails them a list with the IP's etc.... block proxy servers and it's even better, now granted it doesn't stop alot (depending upon setup) but it's a free or cheap option too...

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Re: Parental Control, Child Protection Software, Parental Internet Control
« Reply #24 on: October 30, 2011, 03:04:01 PM »
This is a residential and a mom who is not tech savvy at all, she wants an assist in keeping an I on a daughter (no father figure).

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Re: Parental Control, Child Protection Software, Parental Internet Control
« Reply #25 on: October 30, 2011, 11:42:35 PM »
This is a residential and a mom who is not tech savvy at all, she wants an assist in keeping an I on a daughter (no father figure).

Simplest way to do this is to put the computer in a common room where it can be watch by the mother and the daughter has to give all of her passwords and user name to her mother too. The mother then just checked the sites the daughter goes too and if the daughter starts hiding thing, she loses computer privileges.

That's what I did with my daughter, she hated it but I knew everything that she did online.

This is the cheapest program out there and it's called "Active Parenting".