Kids turn to Google for help

2013-02-28 22:27
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London - British grandparents are in danger of being overlooked for advice by their grandchildren, who are more accustomed to searching for answers on the internet, a survey showed on Thursday.

"They are aware that their grandchildren, already with their noses buried in a laptop, tablet computer or smartphone, find it much easier to search the internet for instant advice."

Almost two-thirds of grandparents felt their traditional roles were becoming less and less important in modern family life, with 96% claiming that they asked far more questions of their own grandparents when they were young.

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