What age should kids get phones? – Yuvi, age 10, Dayton, Ohio If it seems like all your friends have smartphones, you may be on to something. A new report by Common Sense Media, a nonprofit that reports on technology and media for children, found that by the age of 11, more than half of kids in the U.S. have their own smartphone. By age 12, more than two-thirds do, and by 14, teens are just as likely as adults to own a smartphone. Some kids start much younger. Nearly 20% of 8-year-olds have their own smartphone! advertisement advertisement So, what’s the right age for you? Well, I study the effects of media and technology on kids, and I’m here to say that there is no single right answer to this question. The best I can offer is this: When both you and your parents feel the time is right. How to talk to your parents about a smartphone Here are some points to consider to help you and your parents make this decision. Responsibility: Have you shown that you are … [Read more...] about When should your child get a smartphone?
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NASA has a better grasp of design than any other government agency. The U.S. space agency has several teams devoted solely to data visualization and graphics, and its materials have a consistent design language that’s pretty much the best compared with any other arm of federal bureaucracy. advertisement advertisement Part of the way NASA maintains such a consistent design language throughout its many branches and projects is through exacting, standardized rules for how and when its branding can be deployed, and how its promotional materials should be presented. The regulation NASA style is laid out in an official guide, a version of which can be found here. (This PDF doesn’t have a date on it, but it’s at least a few years old–it’s signed by David Mould, who resigned as NASA’s Assistant Administrator for Public Affairs in 2009.) Here are just a few ways NASA keeps its public communications materials beautiful: 1. Use The Meatball The NASA … [Read more...] about How NASA Stays Beautiful
Ravi Shastri provided an inimitable response to the sceptics, who have constantly made conjectures about his alleged frosty relationship with BCCI president Sourav Ganguly saying "to hell with those who don't understand." A week back, it was Ganguly who had cleared the air on his part making it clear that rumours of bad blood between him and the head coach of the Indian cricket team are merely "speculations"."As far as the Sourav-Shastri 'game' goes, that is a brilliant chaat and bhelpuri for the media with all mirch and masala," Shastri said during 'India Today' channel's special programme 'Inspiration'."What he (Ganguly) has done as a cricketer, I have got utmost respect. He took over Indian cricket at the most troubled times, post the match-fixing era when the Indian cricket was in shambles. You needed the faith of the people to comeback and I respect that. And if people don't respect that, to hell with them," Shastri, known for his plain speak, said.Close The Ganguly-Shastri … [Read more...] about “To hell with them who don’t understand” says India coach Shastri about relationship with BCCI president Ganguly
Shubham AgarwalOne of the most beautiful characteristics of Options Trading is the multiple dimensions in which the trade data can be analysed.Implied Volatility (IV) is one such example of data derived from Options Trading. While in itself the IV is tradable, there is a tremendous analytical value to it as well. Let us first understand: What is IV?Close Options Premium (Call/Put) is made up of five variables viz. Underlying Price, Strike Price, Time to Expiry, Interest Rate and Volatility.Shubham AgarwalCEO and Head of Research|Quantsapp Private Limited Hedge you portfolio by deploying 'Long Put Butterfly' in DecemberMarkets at record highs! But, did you hedge positions to safeguard from volatility'Laze in Nifty calls for caution, deploy bear put spread strategy'Information about four of the five factors are available publically so there would be no debate on its input value. Last but not least is the ‘volatility’ figure which could be debated … [Read more...] about Do you think when to book out? Implied Volatility can be used to sense reversals
Virat Kohli's familiar exuberance and pep talks drowned the chatter around Rishabh Pant as India prepared to play South Africa in the third T20 International at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru on September 22, seeking a 2-0 series verdict.The comprehensive seven-wicket victory in the second game, which was built on the back of a fine comeback by the bowlers and a Kohli masterclass, is history now and the team is looking for another commanding performance before the Test series gets underway.The opener in Dharamsala was a washout, with the game called off without a ball bowled.Close Read | India vs South Africa schedule: Match timings, live streaming and squads related news "To hell with them who don't understand" says India coach Shastri about relationship with BCCI president Ganguly India vs West Indies 1st ODI: Batting coach backs Pant to be "massive player" for IND India vs West Indies ODI series: Captain Pollard says Windies have immense potential to succeed … [Read more...] about India vs South Africa 3rd T20I preview: Where to watch, possible XI, betting odds