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by John Borst

If we adults are losing ourselves in the wired world of work, what are we doing to our children? Especially children of pre-school age.

     Unwittingly, The Globe and Mail answered this question when they ran an excerpt from the 2002 Hart House lecture by Alan Lightman entitled "The World is Too Much With Me: Finding Private Space in a Wired World." The Globe’s headline read: "Prisoners of the Wired World."

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