Playing computer games is nothing like it used to be. Back in the 1980s, 8-bit video games were the norm and when you had the ability to use a joystick to maneuver spacecrafts and watch those enthralling animated explosions, it felt as if the future had finally arrived. Little did you realize that soon enough the World Wide Web would make its presence known, forever changing the way the way that people interacted with one another. As wireless internet has begun to creep into our lives, the ability to connect goes much further than we could have imagined. Along with these incredible ways of getting in touch with each other, we’ve also made note of how entertainment has evolved in fascinating ways.
Due to the catastrophic affects of Hurricane Katrina there will be about 3 million people migrating to other cities? Where will they go? New Orleans had 1.3 million people in the surrounding area. There are few homes left, few jobs until relief efforts and rebuilding gets going. There will be need for engineers, heavy equipment operators, construction people, but their families will have no homes and will have to live elsewhere. One major industry and source of jobs was totally wiped out, along with its tax base; the entertainment and gaming industry. But where will these employees go, many have lost everything and their jobs were totally demolished?
Nothing gets a toddler’s attention faster than music, particularly songs they know and love to dance around to. Plan for different ways you can incorporate music into different activities at your Sesame Street birthday party. This could actually help set the theme for you better than expensive themed party decorations.