Tech Minute: Augmented Reality
It's real life — only upgraded! See how the latest technology is taking what you see, hear and feel to the extreme. It's called Augmented Reality and you may already be using it, without even realizing
Tech Minute: Evernote and Ubernote
Taking notes with pen and paper? That's so old school! See how technology, mobile applications and more are making it easier than ever to store notes, text, images and other media with the touch of a button.
Alright, I’m sentimental.
If you open my nightstand drawer, you’ll find a card from my grandfather (congratulating me for making the dean’s list,) a Valentine from old lover and several Mother’s Day cards signed in crayon. They share space with anniversary cards from my husband, supportive cards from my girlfriends, and a stack of sympathy cards that I received, but could not bear to read...
Dig Into Your Family's Roots
Millions of people around the world are tapping into the Internet and technology to climb higher into their family trees. With billions of ancestry records now available online, see how people are unlocking mysteries about their families.
Tech Minute: Internet Radio
Love to listen to music or the news at home or work? The newest technology tools let you hand pick your tunes, and then go one better — they can actually predict songs or shows that you might like, then stream them live over the Internet or your mobile ph
Cisco Exec Explains Why YOU Should Be Engaged
The man who calls himself a "technowist" (someone who leverages the current tools and prepares for future advancement) talks to Growing Bolder about recent world events that have helped prove that when people collaborate, they can make a difference.
Lifelong Learning Minute: Otronicon
Otronicon is an interactive technology expo that features video games to demonstrate the future of living, learning, working and playing -- at all ages!
GB WebChat: Dan Beach
He's 73 years old and one of the coolest people we know. So we asked Dan Beach to hook up his Web cam and chat with us about rock and roll, technology, family and more.
All that's fit to print - not exactly
marveling at all the innovations with technology and the impact they have had on
our lives since I was born. Computers are as ubiquitous as the kitchen stove.
From mainframes to PCs to embedded computers in our vehicles and varied
household devices, they allow us to live our lives easier and more efficiently.
And with the computers came the internet, a technology that stretches...
Robert Frost had it right in 1928
The following is a poem by Robert Frost. I've been reading some of Frost's works and skipping over others that seem to drone on. This one, however, made me stop and think. Though it was written in 1928, it seemed so appropriate today for me and I suspect many other seniors. I have no idea why it is titled as it is.
What Fifty SaidWhen I was young my teachers were the old.I gave up fire for...