A report by CBS News suggests that while teenagers are exposed to a world that parents find hard to comprehend, the exposure to digital tools and content is actually a positive. Some excepts:

Their daily routines buzz with cell phones ringing with the latest tunes, pings from their IM accounts and daily computer runs to see if they’ve been “friended” on MySpace or “Facebooked.” On average, teens say they spend almost three hours a day on the Internet on a typical day, according to a CBSNews.com poll…

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