Celebrity tech gift guide 2008

Racking your brain for the perfect gifts for the celebrities on your holiday shopping list? These unique tech products will make life bearable for in-the-spotlight types like Paris, Lindsay, TomKat, and Brangelina.

Brangelina (Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie): Net Nanny Home Suite

The Jolie-Pitts are the proud (and probably semicrazed by now) parents of six darling children, ranging in age from four months (The Twins) to seven years. Three of the brood--Maddox Chivan, Pax Thien, and Zahara Marley--are probably starting to get into computers and the Internet by now. And if you were Angelina, would you want your kids to be reading about their dad and Jennifer Aniston? This calls for a few copies of Net Nanny Home Suite Web-filtering/blocking software for "Maximum Parental Control." According to the maker, "Net Nanny is a powerful web-blocker tool that provides protection and pre-set monitoring functions, which you can easily customize to meet your family's unique needs." High-profile parents need only add a few keywords, and the kids will be none the wiser.

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