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Memorial Day

Memorial Day each year impacts many American families as people remember the loved ones lost to war.  Some may have had  sons and/or daughters in Iraq or Afghanistan, others may have served in Vietnam, others with parents or grandparents in World War 2.  Regardless of when and where,  this is a shared experience for many [&hellip

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Sciddy Games Winners

Congratulations to the following Sciddy Fun and Games winners : Swap A Smiley (BiggerD)  134,985 Fishing Fun (SUE) 641,800 Mahjong (MKG) 274,361 Word Search (BiggerD) 6,378 Sudoku (Jack)  13,

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Google Glasses Reactions

The publicity around the developer release of Google Glass is conjuring up questions about how much connectivity is “too much”.  This hits the Boomer crowd in a number of places.   There are the more-geeky, tech savvy who were in their 30s when the Internet began making us constantly “connected” and “always on”.   With [&hellip

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“The Savvy Senior” Resource

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

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R.I.P. Roger Ebert

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

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