The power of the internet can provide unlimited options for beginning businesses, keeping in touch with long-distance relatives and forming new networks for even the busiest of people. On Wednesday, Feb. 15, at 9:30 a.m., Darien Library will host a panel discussion for parents called "Tech Moms."

The panel features four Darien-based women who have harnessed the power of the internet, launching successful online ventures, all while raising their children. Panelists include Nicole Lyons, who operates; Jacquie Miller, the woman behind; and Jennifer St. Jean, founder and designer at The panel will be moderated by Lisa Adams, a writer whose site draws in thousands of viewers.

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During the panel, they will discuss all aspects of maintaining an online presence while caring for their families. From Twitter, to Etsy, Facebook and everything in between, the Tech Moms have insights about every aspect of creating and maintaining an online presence -- and they're ready to share.

The Tech Moms panel discussion is part of the Children's Library's "Cyber Parents and Digital Natives" winter technology series, which explores the role technology plays in the lives of parents and children. More information on programs in this tech series can be found at

Darien Library is ranked as one of the top 10 public libraries in the country for its size, according to Hennen's American Public Library Rating, and is a Library Journal Five Star Library. The library is among the busiest in the state with over 1,300 people visiting on an average day, 92 percent of the town's residents holding library cards, and the highest per capita circulation in Connecticut, with more than 28 items per Darien resident. The library collection includes 120,000 books and 300 newspaper and magazine subscriptions.