This year's TechCrunch50 conference in San Francisco is starting out family-friendly with four companies aimed at grabbing the ever-dwindling attention of the under-18 crowd. (Editor's note: Links are coming later--these sites are all soft launching later Monday.)
iThryv was pitched as a banking site for kids. Like the game Spore, you start out small and things get more complex as you grow. When you're younger expenses are tracked with big, colorful graphs. Later in life it gets more complex to include things like car and college payments, all the way to budgeting and savings.
The service also … Read more