Hersman Girls - Already on Computers...

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    Such a different life than we led at that age.

    shigekicks, sdh22, yinggo, versetty, and 19 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. kikuyumoja ages ago | reply

      gcompris.net/ , bro!

      (I'll also test it with my nieces asap)

    2. able yam [deleted] 119 months ago | reply

      so true. life was simple back then.

      without youtube, last.fm, facebook, google, flickr, twitter, cellphones, wait a minute. so what do we do for past time then??

    3. ryanocerosk 115 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called NPR's All Tech Considered, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    4. mahogany365 112 months ago | reply

      I would like to use the photo in my graduate project about literature and technology. I need photos of children using technology. The girls are so involved with what they are looking at. I love your statement about the capture as well

    5. versetty 107 months ago | reply

      oh it's true..

    6. kflashnet 107 months ago | reply

      Saw this photo on Lifehacker. Great photo. I remember when I had some little girls that age.

    7. shezzie19 93 months ago | reply

      I love the rawness of this photograph. It really speaks to the digital era that has, and will continue to shape the developmental processes of our youth. I would like to use this photo for a Digital Media Theory course I am taking through correspondence at Queen's University. I believe it aptly portrays media influence on our pre-school generation. Thank-you!

    8. wabell 83 months ago | reply

      Hello I would to use this photo in an investor presentation. We have a product that enables long-distance grandparents to narrate, record and email story books to their grandchildren. This lovely photo captures the essence of the delight we hope to bring

    9. ny_photoeditor 63 months ago | reply

      Would love to use this image for a story we're doing on kids who code! please let me know! Thanks!

    10. David T Jones 59 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing this photo with a Creative Commons license. I've used it in a presentation for a course I teach. The presentation gives you credit for your image.

    11. mikpaull21 56 months ago | reply

      Great pic. Used it on my blog www.tonypaull.com

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