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Matt Whyman on children and technology

I recently interviewed the author Matt Whyman for the Write Away website. He's been a virtual agony uncle for AOL from their early days, and now writes teen fiction, including a series about the hacker Carl Hobbs. I asked him about his stand on children's use of technology and he had some very interesting things to say.
Here's a link to the pdf - http://www.writeaway.org.uk/images/stories/Interviews/matt_whyman2.pdf