Jan 14, 2014
On Social Marketing and Social Change
Today's '90s Nostalgia: Neopets
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The Flat Hat
Children of the 90s loved robopets and electronic toys. Furbies, Poo-Chi, Neopets and Tickle-Me-Elmo all captured the hearts and imaginations of kids in the '90s. Our generation had the first toys that could respond and interact with the surrounding world.
Voice of America
Brand Names Slip into Cartoons, Video Games
By all accounts, American kids are way too fat, and parents are getting a good scolding for feeding their kids junk food.