Kids and Startups?
Is there any ideal age for kids to start understanding about, or working in startup?
My 7 years old nephew, whenever he's around me, he is very much curious and interested in whatever I do on my desktop and asks questions like "What is wordpress? What do yo open so many tabs? Why are you reading reddit? What is Paypal? If you have Paypal why are checking rates of Bitcoin? What are you doing on that zoom software..." Which I can't answer all without involving him actively.
His parents come under the concerned category and are not much in favor of stealing childhood from a kid so they keep him away from all kind of gadgets, including laptop and mobile (eye strain) and prefer him to get engaged in childhood activities. They're worried that the "Prodigy" aura can be toxic for a child for long term if handled incorrectly at a tender age, and I somewhat tend to agree with them.
Is there any silver lining here? I'd love to know fellow Pushstarter's views on that. How fair or right it would be to include a child of his age in startup culture and technical process?