Steve Jobs Didn't Let His Children Use iPads

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  1. RaduTyrsina

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    Steve Jobs is widely believe to be one of the biggest innovators of all time, but few now that he was actually an art major in college. Thus, despite working with figure and facts, as several interviews have revealed, he was actually a very creative person. And this is apparently something that he wanted to pass on to his kids.

    In a previous interview, Steve Jobs responded to tech reporter Nick Bilton’s question about whether his children love the iPad 2. The late Apple CEO replied the following

    “They haven’t used it. We limit how much technology our kids use at home.”

    Apparently, Steve Jobs wanted his three children to develop a love for creative expression, and that's why he and his wife have set limits to technology use. Chriss Street from BreitBart.com explains quite nicely why Jobs and others have decided to take this approach in their education:

    What's your take on this? Do you think we should limit how kids interact with technology and if so, should we be strict about it or just make sure they don't exaggerate in their use?

    Source: BreitBart
     
  2. Ser Aphim

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    Can't tell if this is either ironic or hypocritical, or both.
     

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