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In connected world, camps can't cut cord

'Kid-sick' parents keep pressure on for digital access

By Keith O'Brien
Globe Staff / June 29, 2008

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BECKET - Little has changed at Camp Becket since the first boys came here by train 105 summers ago. The cabins, nestled into the woods, have no electricity. The photography classes are taught in a darkroom, not at a computer. And iPods are forbidden. For entertainment, the children sing songs together. (Full article: 1393 words)

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