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You can run, hide, or make them a great experience for the kids. Your choice. The great experience part might well involve some time spent with Fire Tech - the company at 232 Stirling Street Perth that organises innovative workshops for young photographers. Their literature says they help shift kids from being passive consumers of technology to developers of digital tech with real-life application. That sounds like robotics, electronics, programming, and our own favourite subject - photography. And this may have real benefits for their parents and grandparents - tech-savvy kids can program home computers, TV remotes, and retic system controllers. Finally - your house might actually work...

Now will be the time to plan: a. Getting away with the kids. b. Getting away from the kids. Whichever appeals to you, you'll find that you will be pursued by modern life all the while - specifically modern life on the mobile phone. Whether your day will be devoted to calling your stockbroker, calling the au pair, or calling the emergency services, you'll find that the batteries on the wonderful new phone you bought will go flat very fast. You'll flatten them even faster if you are going to zombie around looking for Japanese electronic pocket monsters. And once you are beyond the mains electricity system those flat batteries put you in danger of having to look up and see trees and sky. Camera Electronic can protect you from this with the Sirix Digital Solar Power Bank. It contains a Lithium Polymer battery with 5000 mAh capacity that pumps out the correct voltage to mobile devices. It can draw power from other sources if you're impatient, but the big deal is that it has a solar panel on the front that can charge it up all day...