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親愛的 Gregory:
 
聖誕快樂!你現在是個驕傲的 iPhone 主人了。妙吧!13歲的你是個負責的好孩子,這是你應得的。但是伴隨這份禮物而來的還有規則跟限制,詳情請閱讀以下的合約。我希望你明白我的責任就是將你撫養成為一個面面俱到、健康的年輕人,可以好好地與科技共存,而非被科技控制。違反下列條款將會導致你的 iPhone 所有權滅失。
 
我很愛你,也很期待在未來的日子與你分享數不完的訊息。
 
1.這是我的手機。這是我買的、我付錢的。我現在把它借給你,夠偉大了吧?
 
2.密碼要讓我知道。
 
3.如果電話響了要記得接,畢竟你擁有了一支新手機,並且要用有禮貌的態度說「您好」,或其他表現禮貌的問候語。不可以忽視任何一通來電顯示為「老媽」或「老爸」的電話,永遠不准。
 
4.上學日要在晚上7:30前把iphone交給爸爸或媽媽,週末則可以在晚上9:00前。我會先把它關機,然後隔日早上7:30再打開。如果你先前在某些時間後,不願用家裡電話打給朋友(避免是朋友的爸媽接電話),那麼有了iphone之後也不可以這麼做。電話或簡訊都一樣,要尊重別人的家庭、別人父母親,就好像我們也希望受到他人尊重一樣。
 
5.不帶iphone到學校去,和同學、朋友用簡訊溝通,比不上你當面和他說點話好,「溝通」是你一輩子都用得到的技能。還有很多其他的課後活動,值得你花更多時間在上面。
 
6.如果iphone不小心掉進馬桶、摔到地上,或是憑空消失,你都有責任要承擔維修的費用,不論是到鄰居家打工割草、作保母,或是使用生日收到的禮金都行。這是很有可能發生的情況,要作好心理準備。
 
7.不要用這項科技去欺騙、愚弄其他人,同時自己也不參與傷害別人的討論,先作為一個好朋友,否則就要承受損害別人的惡報。
 
8.如果面對面不會說、不會寫的話,就更不能用電話說、寫出來。
 
9.如果在同學、朋友的父母親在的情況下,自己不會大聲去說的那些話,也不要寫、寄電郵或說出來。管理好自己。
 
10.別看色情資訊。瀏覽那些你會大大方方和我分享的網站,如果你對任個事物有疑問、感到好奇,不如問我或爸爸。
 
11.在公共場合要將它關機、靜音或收好,特別是和別人一起用餐、看電影或談話的時候。我知道你一直不是個粗魯的少年,別讓iphone改變你的本性。
 
12.別郵寄、接收那些身體私密部位的圖片,自己或他人都一樣。別笑,也許有一天你會被外界干擾,誘惑你這麼做。這樣是非常危險的,他會毀掉你的青少年、大學甚至是出社會後的人生,這永遠都是個壞主意。網路空間很廣大,是你無法控制的,出現這類圖片後,將可能很難徹底刪除,更保不了你的個人名譽。
 
13.不要下載一卡車的圖片和視頻,沒有必用這些記錄任何事情,要活出自己的人生,美好的回憶會永遠都貯藏在你的記憶中。
 
14.偶爾把iphone留在家裡,別感到沒「安全感」,它並不是活的,更不是你身體一部分。要學著能夠沒有iphone也過的很好!別成為「害怕錯過任何訊息(FOMO—fear of missing out)」的人。
 
15.下載新的或經典的音樂,或者聽那些和你的同學、朋友的喜好,相差十萬八千里的音樂。在你這個時代,能夠聆聽各種各類的曲子,這在數十、數百年前是不可能的,要好好運用這項優勢,去擴展自己的視野。
 
16.玩遊戲的話,記得偶爾要玩點拼字、謎語或是一些益智動腦的遊戲。
 
17.不要一直當「低頭族」,眼光要常放在生活周遭的世界中,往窗外看看有什麼新鮮事,聽聽屋外的鳥鳴,走出去散散步,和一個不曾說過話的人來往,用美好的心去理解這個世界,而不是只用Google。
 
18.假使你沒做到這些要求,我會先把iphone收走,並且與你一起坐下來好好談談,然後我們再重新開始。你和我,我們兩個都是一直在學習的,但記得,我會一直站在你這邊,我們是「隊友」。
 
我希望你能同意這些條件。他們大部分不僅適用於 iPhone,還有你的人生。你成長於一個變化之快前所未有的世界,這非常迷人、令人興奮。一旦你有機會,保持簡單。相信你那凌駕於任何機器,強大而堅韌的心智。我愛你,希望你會喜歡那部超棒的 iPhone。聖誕快樂!
 
xoxoxo(譯註:親親抱抱的意思)
媽媽 敬上

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原文:Gregory’s iPhone Contract
 
Dear Gregory
Merry Christmas!  You are now the proud owner of an iPhone.  Hot Damn!  You are a good & responsible 13 year old boy and you deserve this gift.  But with the acceptance of this present comes rules and regulations.  Please read through the following contract.  I hope that you understand it is my job to raise you into a well rounded, healthy young man that can function in the world and coexist with technology, not be ruled by it.  Failure to comply with the following list will result in termination of your iPhone ownership.
 
 I love you madly & look forward to sharing several million text messages with you in the days to come.
 
 1. It is my phone.  I bought it.  I pay for it.  I am loaning it to you.  Aren’t I the greatest?
 
 2.  I will always know the password.
 
 3.   If it rings, answer it.  It is a phone.  Say hello, use your manners.  Do not ever ignore a phone call if the screen reads “Mom” or “Dad”.  Not ever.

4.  Hand the phone to one of your parents promptly at 7:30pm every school night & every weekend night at 9:00pm.  It will be shut off for the night and turned on again at 7:30am.  If you would not make a call to someone’s land line, wherein their parents may answer first, then do not call or text.  Listen to those instincts and respect other families like we would like to be respected. 

5.  It does not go to school with you.  Have a conversation with the people you text in person.  It’s a life skill.  *Half days, field trips and after school activities will require special consideration.

6.  If it falls into the toilet, smashes on the ground, or vanishes into thin air, you are responsible for the replacement costs or repairs.  Mow a lawn, babysit, stash some birthday money.  It will happen, you should be prepared.

7.  Do not use this technology to lie, fool, or deceive another human being.  Do not involve yourself in conversations that are hurtful to others.  Be a good friend first or stay the hell out of the crossfire. 

8.  Do not text, email, or say anything through this device you would not say in person.

9.  Do not text, email, or say anything to someone that you would not say out loud with their parents in the room.  Censor yourself.
 
10.  No porn.  Search the web for information you would openly share with me.  If you have a question about anything, ask a person – preferably me or your father. 
 
11.  Turn it off, silence it, put it away in public.  Especially in a restaurant, at the movies, or while speaking with another human being.  You are not a rude person; do not allow the iPhone to change that.
 
12.  Do not send or receive pictures of your private parts or anyone else’s private parts.  Don’t laugh.  Someday you will be tempted to do this despite your high intelligence.  It is risky and could ruin your teenage/college/adult life.  It is always a bad idea.  Cyberspace is vast and more powerful than you.  And it is hard to make anything of this magnitude disappear – including a bad reputation.
 
13.  Don’t take a zillion pictures and videos.  There is no need to document everything.  Live your experiences.  They will be stored in your memory for eternity.
 
14.  Leave your phone home sometimes and feel safe and secure in that decision.  It is not alive or an extension of you.  Learn to live without it.  Be bigger and more powerful than FOMO – fear of missing out. 
 
15.  Download music that is new or classic or different than the millions of your peers that listen to the same exact stuff.  Your generation has access to music like never before in history.  Take advantage of that gift.  Expand your horizons.
 
16.  Play a game with words or puzzles or brain teasers every now and then.
 
17.  Keep your eyes up.  See the world happening around you.  Stare out a window.  Listen to the birds.  Take a walk.  Talk to a stranger.  Wonder without googling. 
 
18.  You will mess up.  I will take away your phone.  We will sit down and talk about it.  We will start over again.  You & I, we are always learning.  I am on your team.  We are in this together.
 
It is my hope that you can agree to these terms.  Most of the lessons listed here do not just apply to the iPhone, but to life.  You are growing up in a fast and ever changing world.  It is exciting and enticing. Keep it simple every chance you get.  Trust your powerful mind and giant heart above any machine.  I love you.  I hope you enjoy your awesome new iPhone.  Merry Christmas!
 
 xoxoxo
 
Mom
 
(以上為綜合自由時報、大紀元、天下部落格等媒體在二月的報導)
 
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