"Families can be a support and resource for children as they enter school, or they can be a source of stress, distraction, and maladaptive behavior," says Melissa Sturge-Apple, the lead researcher on the paper and an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Rochester.
Steve Wheeler, does great doing an explanation of the evolution of Web 3.0.
In Cory Plough's resources, there was a link to TweepML.com, a web site that allows you to easily create lists of Twitter users. You click the link and you immediately start following every Twitter account on the list. It's a real time-saver, especially for teachers who want students to follow everyone in class, or if you want to introduce folks to certain "twitterers" in a particular area, such as Moodle Mayhem.
The rest of my favorite links are here.