Tech Kids Blog Returns!!!

Hi Tech Kids Blog Readers,

After the failure of my new site,  I have returned to Tech Kids Blog. But now, I am opening the site up to a wider audience. Tech Talks will be the new site name. Tech Talks will provided tutorial videos, coding updates, projects, and computer tips. I am excited to return to WordPress and I have also created Alexander Parsan – Gifted Air( as a personal blog.

I would like to hear your feedback, and please spread the word.


Goodbye Tech Kids Blog, Hello Tech Talks!

Hi Everyone,

I have been very busy in the past 3 months. Recently I started gifted school and I have had little time to blog.When I found time to blog, I realized Tech Kids Blog was not doing very good. It didn’t turn up in Google searches under “Alexander Parsan Tech Kids Blog”, “Kids Tech Blog” or even just “Tech Blogs by Kids”. was limiting and I couldn’t do as much as I hoped. For the past 2 weekends I have been attempting to move my blog to be a sub domain of my new personal site, I have now renamed the site Tech Talks for Kids and when the site is ready it will be at the following link


Why never to upgrade an OS on Mothers Day

With Mother’s Day coming up tomorrow, I could of listed tech gifts for Mother’s Day but I decided to stick with some advice. Here it is: NEVER DO OS/COMPUTER UPGRADES ON MOTHER’S DAY .

You might ask why. Here is my story:

A couple of Mother’s Days ago, when I was probably eight, I was attempting to upgrade Ubuntu 10.10 to Ubuntu 11.04 . I did the upgrade through package manager. The files were still downloading when it was time to give my mon gifts. I told my Dad “This isn’t done yet” and at eight years old, a completely freaked out, because a thought that I would lose all my progress. I went crazy. And that pretty well ruined Mother’s Day

So there you go. Even though this will never happen again, I have learned that computers are one thing but your mom is more important. So tech geeks and nerds, lets take a break from our computer projects for one day and spend some time with our mothers. After all, computers are replaceable but you can’t replace your mom 🙂