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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.
People are busy going through closets and drawers to toss the junk. But how about your phone and computer? Our friends at Senior Planet share how to make 2021 the year you put your electronic house in order.
Life during quarantine made virtual socializing more important than ever, and few resources are as valuable as Facebook…until recently. If…
Today’s older adults have access to other paths that generations before them never had thanks to the Internet, including online learning courses.
The state of Florida is creating a whole new way for those in assisted living facilities to connect with their loved ones with the launch of Project: VITAL (Virtual Inclusive Technology for All).
If you’re looking for insight on how to make remote work and the gig economy work for you, then you can’t miss these tips for experienced professionals.
What are the most important innovations that helped create the modern world? Writer Steven Johnson discusses his book and PBS special “How We Got to Now: Six Innovations That Made the Modern World” and describes our tremendous leaps forward over the past several decades.
Every time she goes to work, Barbara Beskind, 90, smashes the stereotypes of aging. Find out how the conceptual designer’s new job in Silicon Valley is not only having an impact on her young co-workers but on her fellow retirement home residents, too
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.