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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • The trendier thing to do would be not to ask at all and provide an "undo" option [alistapart.com]. :)

    • Once in a while I put the plate in the kitchen in case of hunger, but eating habits is not really the issue, it is, but that is a different story. Anyway the dialogue is the problem and I need to be approach Villads differently in order to carry out proper conversations with him, instead of capturing him with weird adult non-sense, the situation simply reminded me of user experiences from GUIs.

      • A random book recommend, How to talk so kids will listen, and listen so kids will talk. I have to say from personal experience that the advice really works.

  • like most uis, maybe he could benefit from less distractions (eg not allow legos or tv at the dinner table.)

    • That is one good solution. Focus on so many other activities around dinner, like the younger brother, cooking and setting the table - means that we often forget to turn off the TV and completely remove the LEGOs, which are then just simply moved to the end of the table.