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NoodleNet Wins 2007 Parent-to-Parent’s Adding Wisdom Award

Revolutionary New Program Designated as a "Hot Product" for 2007 and Named Among the Nation’s "Top 10" Children’s Computer Software

PLANO, TX – October 2, 2007 – NoodleNet, creators of a new computer program designed to provide a safe, fun and engaging online environment for children, was recently announced as the recipient of the Parent-to-Parent’s 2007 Adding Wisdom Award in three different categories.

The program was reviewed by parents, teachers and a team of real-life "family testers," who named NoodleNet among the "Top 10 Children’s Computer Software" for 2007 as well as a 2007 "HOT Product" and a top contender in the Educational Product category. Created in 1998 to honor products of exceptional quality that support family values, the Adding Wisdom Award is the only award program to be honored by and PBS Kids/TV.

"NoodleNet is proud to be recognized by Parent-to-Parent’s Adding Wisdom Award as a leader in the development of quality products that promote family values," said company president Michael Callahan. "We’re committed to providing children ages 3-11 with a safe online environment where they can learn, play and explore, so to be chosen as one of the Top 10 Children’s Computer Software programs of 2007 is a huge honor for us."

NoodleNet is a computer program that provides a "safe desktop" environment for children to explore the Internet without putting them at risk from online predators, unwanted pop-ups or accidental access to inappropriate content. The program delivers high-quality, age-appropriate links that grows with your child and reinforces classroom activities with fun, educational links for children ages 3-5, 6-8 and 9-11. By creating a virtual "gated community" that keeps children in and inappropriate material out, NoodleNet assists parents by providing a safe online learning environment that they can customize and control. Parents can also take comfort in the fact that NoodleNet protects their desktop, keeping their email, hard drive and personal files safely out of reach."

Our panel was completely floored by NoodleNet and the wide variety of safe, age-appropriate content that their program allows children to access," says Jodie Lynn, the syndicated parenting/health expert, and the CEO/founder of the Adding Wisdom Award. "The program is a great educational tool for parents and has literally hundreds of pre-screened sites with a variety of online activities including books, kid-friendly search engines, puzzles and interactive learning tools." NoodleNet is available for subscription on an annual or month-to-month basis. People interested in receiving a free 7-day trial of NoodleNet can request a CD at, or download the program immediately from the website. For individuals who would like additional assistance, NoodleNet can install the program remotely with the help of a NoodleNet certified technician.

About NoodleNet™

NoodleNet L.P., based in Plano, Texas, is creator of the safest parent tool for families to learn, play and explore on the Internet. NoodleNet bridges the gap between parental control and content filtering to create a unique Internet environment with age-appropriate content for children ages 3-11. NoodleNet is available for subscription on a monthly and annual basis. For more information, visit

About Parent to Parent Adding Wisdom Award™

Established in 1998, by award-winning family/health columnist Jodie Lynn, this award honors products of outstanding quality. It now includes websites and a new Business section. The Adding Wisdom Award™ committees consist of experts from across the United States who are involved with kids/families' and businesses on a daily basis. The committees are interested in how products help children, family and business authors and owners grow ethically, socially, intellectually, emotionally and physically. Parent to Parent Adding Wisdom Award™ is the only award program to ever be honored by See for more details and to read the latest interview with Games Quarterly Magazine.


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