Facebook Partnering with St. Petersburg’s Poynter Institute to Launch “MediaWise for Seniors” The Poynter Institute, a world-renowned non-profit journalism school, and research organization have partnered with Facebook to launch the

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Yes. You do need to learn that new technology BY DEANNA SHOSS In the past, non-digital natives, aka those of us who grew up without technology, might have consciously decided

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NSF Self Sanitizing Masks LISTEN HERE NSF Self Sanitizing Masks Welcome to The Not Old Better Show. I’m Paul Vogelzang, and this is episode #448. Today’s show is brought to

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BY WENDY SCHUMAN SENIOR PLANET – Bringing seniors together in a changing world Ever since the pandemic changed our lives abruptly in early March, our world has increasingly moved online.

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Cool, but scary…deepfakes are here! BY DEANNA SHOSS Nancy Pelosi drunkenly slurred her words in a public address. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg gleefully asserted that whoever has the data will rule

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Technology assistance: helpful or bias? BY DEANNA SHOSS I asked a male-millennial-something to take a picture of me at a recent event. I was merely closing another app before opening

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Online Privacy. Is it as Bad as you Imagine? By Deanna Shoss My back had only been out of whack for a week and I hadn’t posted a word about

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Grandparents and grandchildren benefit from technology BY JERRY WITKOVSKY University’s Alumni Association presents a wonderful program where professors talk about their current research. The spring series was all about media,

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What Kind Of Technology Tourist Are You? BY DEANNA SHOSS If I asked about new technology two years ago, you would have lamented (or relished) diminishing face-to-face connections, with the

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Easy Ways to Help Older Grandparents with Technology Technology has helped bring people together. Unfortunately, it has also driven people generationally apart. While smartphones and the internet offer a fantastic

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When in doubt, go to Cameroon! BY JACK YORK Greetings from GRAND’s new associate publisher.  This is a new title for me.  I’m one of the founders of It’s Never

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A Grandson’s Technology Cure For Elder Isolation By Christine Crosby If someone reports feeling lonely, they are more likely to lose their independence and they are at greater risk of

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Tools of Technology May Be Tyrants BY JACK LEVINE As a first wave Baby Boomer, born in 1951, I recall our first oval screen “television set” and our telephone was a party

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Family DVDs – A Special Holiday Gift GRAND Magazine is pleased to welcome back Dr. Rick Phillips, President of The Digital Middle Age and expert on technology as it applies

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According to an article on ajc.com, today’s grandparents are finding more ways than ever that embracing technology is a major key to staying in touch with their grandkids. Kids of

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Are your grandchildren addicted to technology? BY CLAYTON OSTLER Remember those simple times when we sent the kids outside to play and we knew they would be discovering nature, playing

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Never before in the history of man have so many young people had so much access to information. Get ready Generation Z is here. We can’t be surprised that they

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Most of us are familiar with many of the achievements of our 40th President, Ronald Reagan. However, there is one notable achievement seldom mentioned in discussions about Reagan’s legacy: He

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By Jack Levine, Founder, 4 Generations Institute  As we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving, let’s remember that the holiday’s name is a compound word – Thanks and Giving. Take these few moments

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By Marsha Felton One-of-a-kind event in San Francisco on November 19-20 brings together 500+ tech entrepreneurs and industry innovators to share best practices and collaborate on new models in care

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