| Since there are no parents alive who
can't use help raising their children, and since there's no better source of advice and
comfort than other parents, Parent Soup is the ideal parenting tool for the '90s.
Parent Soup is an on-line gathering place (think of it as a virtual kitchen
table) on the Web and America Online where thousands of parents meet every day to ask
questions of each other and to lend a helping hand. The collective wisdom can be accessed
at any time of the day or night, so that whenever parents can grab a minute to themselves
-- while the baby's napping, or the kids are at school or on their lunch break -- they'll
be able to find all the information they need in one place.
iVillage was founded in 1995 by Candice Carpenter (former president of Q2, Time/Life Video and Television, and vice president of American Express), Nancy Evans (founding editor of Family Life magazine, former president and publisher of Doubleday and vice president and editor in chief of Book-of-the-Month Club) and Robert Levitan (new media entrepreneur and founder and president of YearLook Enterprises, a video publishing company).
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