I am faced with a curious dilemma this evening. My son, as noted in a previous article, wants to start a business. This business requires a lot of video production. In today’s age of easy computing, it’s not a technically demanding requirement, provided you have the requisite technology on hand! I, however, do not.
I was riding in the car with my son today, headed to Shoshone, CA to buy a lottery ticket (yes, I know the odds – don’t mock me). It’s a little something we do on occasbion, it only costs a few dollars and it’s generally a good time. Plus, I like the time together to have a conversation with him without the distraction of video games, television, friends, his siblings, and everything else that seems to monopolize his time these days. Today’s conversation centered on YouTube. Admittedly, it was an odd subject for a talk with a ten-year-old. Continue reading “My 10 Year-old Is Starting an Internet Business, Why Aren’t You?”