The larger our community, the more powerful we become. Just like networks in general, the value of the network and possibilities for it increase with the size of the network. Increases in size open up the possibilities for collaborative knowledge as the experiences of the participants emerge in increased contributions by its members. This has [&hellip...Read More
Roger Ebert died last week, the very next day after I saw a report about some recurrence of his cancer. Didn’t expect it quite so soon. He’ll be missed. His writing and activity since his facial surgeries has been an inspiration, and his prolific work telling us about the movies for the past 40 years [&hellip...Read More
As I scan the InterWebs* for “issues” and “things of relevance for the 55-70 age group, I often wonder about what kinds of things those might be. For most of us, the same things that interest people of all adult ages also interest us. Technology, Entertainment, Economy, Personal Finances, Health, and scores of diverse issues. [&hellip...Read More
The degree of open-ness to technology has more to do with “generation” than it does with age. If that sounds contradictory, then let me explain. I have a friend who is 2-3 yrs younger than me that is more suspicious of technology than I am. First, I am somewhat of a geek when it comes [&hellip...Read More
Twenty years ago this year, a guy named Howard Rheingold wrote a book called The Virtual Community (1993). The Web was yet to become a public phenomenon, but personal computer users had for years been using dial up modems to connect to BBS systems (Bulletin Board Systems run on computers). Forum software allowed users to [&hellip...Read More
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