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'Togetherville' Brings Safe Online Networking to Children and Parents

 - May 20, 2010
References: togetherville & bits.blogs.nytimes
With social networking becoming a mainstream part of this generation, Togetherville teaches this concept to younger children without the risks found in other non-supervised online networking sites.

The Togetherville site focuses on creating a family environment for children to socially interact with others their age as well as their parents and their trusted friends. With children joining more mainstream sites like Facebook and Twitter at younger and younger ages however, it doesn't seem too likely that Togetherville will take off. See Togetherville in action above.