I recall, as a young second-grader, not believing a classmate when they told me that the news had just said that the President was dead. When I got home a couple of hours later, my Mom confirmed it. The CBS News had broken in on “As the World Turns” which she faithfully watched over lunch [&hellip...Read More
The past few weeks has seen a major hurricane hit the Phillipines, and yesterday, storms and tornadoes tore through a large portion of the midwest, leaving hundreds homeless. Next week as most of America’s families gather for Thanksgiving, the occasion calling us to consider what we have to be thankful for, there will also be [&hellip...Read More
Contrary to the idea many have that the older population is not using mobie devices, I noticed at my Mother in law’s 80th birthday, many of her friends who came to the party were sharing grandkid pictures and dog pictures on their smart phones. The use of mobile devices by the older segments of the [&hellip...Read More
A new book just out, “Age of Context: Mobile, Sensors, Data and the Future of Privacy” is full of key insights about how “wearable computing” and a sensor laden world of objects is going to, and IS, changing the world in which we interact (or rather, the way we experience that world.) While many “older [&hellip...Read More
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