Smartphones are a great way to stay connected with your kids.However, children don’t always display good judgement when browsing the internet, and they may not yet know how to stay safe online.I had the same conversation regardless of my question or my interests.I did not find anyone willing to have a non-sexual chat.
I tried adding a few interests and asking a question.
Last week, I gave a talk at the middle school about what apps and sites are popular with kids. Kids can chat with a stranger either via text or video.
Last year I spent most of my time talking about Facebook, not this year. My talk focused on the big 5 sites but I also mentioned a few up and comers. To kick off the conversation, they can ask a question or type in an interest.
Kids can also allow Omegle to use their Facebook likes to find a compatible stranger.
Once paired up, you and the stranger chat until someone chooses to disconnect. All of my chats began with “hi” or “hello” then some form of ASL – Age, Sex, Location.