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Many wineries have offered online tastings on Facebook, Instagram and Zoom. Our friends at Senior Planet compare a few.
Capturing moments, experience and people connects all of us. We are bonded by memories. And photos can help us make that connection in a heartbeat.
We all worry about online security these days because so much of our lives are conducted on the internet. Our friends from Senior Planet share how you can use Two-Factor Authentication to better secure your digital presence.
Futurist Thomas Frey weighs in on mankind’s future, including such hot button topics like our prison system and why Earth may not be our only homebase.
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.
Inventor and entrepreneur Nolan Bushnell approaches each day like a puzzle — what will he solve today? The father of video games and the man who gave Steve Jobs his first job explains why, at 70, he still looks at the world through 14-year-old eyes.
At the time, it was a simple, selfless act. Seventy years later, it’s responsible for saving countless lives. It was just one incident in the long, rewarding life of Dr. Norman Wall, one of the most compelling, relevant 97-year-olds in the world.
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.
What would possess someone to run 1,200 km in 20 days across one of the driest, most brutal deserts on the Earth? For Ray Zahab, he runs to teach students everywhere that they can do anything they set their mind to.
Rock and roll Hall of Famer Roger McGuinn and his wife, Camilla, are joining us for the full hour! With his guitar in hand, Roger takes an intimate look back at his 50 years in the music business and tells us how he continues to grow and evolve.
From fast cars to talking water — yes, you read that right — we’re showing you the coolest new games and rides at the annual International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions expo. You won’t see this stuff anywhere else … yet!
Could you imagine reading for the next 501 years? Could you imagine living without your high-tech gadgets? Well, if you answered ‘No’ to both questions, you may have a problem. But PC Magazine Editor-in-Chief Lance Ulanoff may have an answer.
Howard’s Bait & Tackle Shop stands as an unchanging landmark in an area surrounded by development. See how in a time when high-tech rules, a very low-tech, small business turned out to be a big part of a community.
Since 1995, Byrds founder Roger McGuinn has worked to keep the legacy of American folk music alive. Every month, he records a song for his Grammy-nominated Folk Den project. This is an exclusive inside look.
With so many high-tech cell phones on the market, Pierre Khawand, author of “The Smartphone Experiment,” explains how to make a smart buy.