Keeping The Kids In Line When They're On Line
Let's face it: It seems some children are ready to use computers before they can even read books. So how to share your home computer with a 3-year-old who might erase mommy's client list? Berkeley Systems Inc., based in the California city of the same name and famous for its flying-toaster screen-saving software, may have the answer in a home-computer security program called Launch Pad.
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