Archive for January, 2013

AARP’s 2013 Almanac, a free E-book

Be in-the-know in 2013: Get AARP’s 2013 Almanac! A free E-book with facts, figures and forecasts for the year. AARP’s inaugural Almanac is packed with facts, figures and forecasts relevant to people 50+. With dozens of categories, this treasure trove features— a look ahead at the key issues and happenings expected in 2013 a look back at [...]

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SeniorNet needs your help: A letter from the Chairman

As SeniorNet reaches the end of our 26th year, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support over the past years. It is only with help from people like you that SeniorNet has been able to fulfill our mission (enhancing the lives of older adults and those with a need of computer training and technology [...]

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Best Resources for Senior Discounts

Jim T. Miller of SavvySenior.org is full of great tips and advice for seniors. Recently, he wrote an article in the Huffington Post about how to find discounts if you’re 50 or older. Here are a few highlights we thought SMSS (Social Media Scoop for Seniors) readers might like! One of the great perks of [...]

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Tech-Savvy Boomers Must Keep Privacy, Security in Mind

The baby boomer generation has always been open to change, a characteristic that is still evident as they enter their senior years. Today’s older adults are eager to stay on pace with their younger counterparts in terms of technology, which is why many assisted livingcommunities offer internet access and classes for residents who want to keep [...]

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