The MySapace.com Handbook: The Complete Guide for Members and Parents

The MySpace.com Handbook: The Complete Guide for Members and Parents informs parents about the risks of MySpace, how it works, and why it is so popular. T Brian Chatfield offers parent-friendly advice on social networking, presenting real on-line dangers instead of media hype.

There is just enough information here to begin a MySpace profile. The book also includes pointers on customization, HTML, CSS, and safety. It fails to cover a couple of minor areas, but it’s nothing parents can’t figure out on their own.

Chatfield deciphers the complex emoticons, slang, and shorthand used by teenagers on the internet. He gives examples of inappropriate messages parents should watch for.

MySpace is a platform on which teenagers can announce themselves, a wonderful tool for those who know how to use it. Parents have a responsibility to ensure their children are taking the right precautions. The best way to do this is to actively participate in the use of MySpace from the start, and The MYSpace.com Handbook: The Complete Guide for Members and Parents equips concerned parents with the tools to do so.

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About James A Woods
Freelance Writer, Constant Learner, Family Man

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