I spoke with a friend the other day who complained about the endless notifications she receives from all her social media apps. This wasn’t a new conversation. I regularly have the same conversation with other friends. Yesterday, MySpace was the place to be online. Today, we may scroll through Instagram. Tomorrow?
Author: Ellen Blake SENIORS AND TECHNOLOGY Are you an older adult who doesn't want a smartphone? In my opinion, everyone should own a smartphone, even those who believe they won't use it. You don't have to eliminate the landline; but sometimes it's nice to have both. You will quickly realize the convenience
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by Leslie Farin Technology has changed dramatically over the course of older adult's lifestimes. Rotary phones gave way to wireless versions in today's world. Tape recorders, telegrams and transistor radios are non-existent. This age group has witnessed so much; men landing on the moon, dramatic medical advances, and the rise of