Monthly Archive: April, 2012

Aging2.0 Meetup kicks off with a healthy cross section of aging-focused innovators in NYC

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Image: Tom Kamber from OATS making senior-tech come alive 35 people from a diverse range of backgrounds joined the inaugural Aging2.0 meetup at Hubitat last night, and from the energy in the room,… Continue reading

Palo Alto Medical Foundation – putting Aging2.0 into practice

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Clockwise from top left: the Community Watch concept,¬†US CTO Todd No-Caffeine-Needed Park, Charles Babbage’s Difference Engine #2,¬†members of our team practicing the pitch, list of 20 concepts presented at final presentation, Eric Dishman,… Continue reading

TedMed 2012 highlights and some ideas for community building

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I was lucky enough to go to my third TedMed event recently. Following the previous two at the delightful Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego, this was the first that Jay Walker had… Continue reading

Aging2.0 Meetup – New York, Thurs 26th April 2012

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We’re excited to announce a great meetup for the Aging2.0 community next Thurs 26th April in New York; all readers of this blog who are in the area are most welcome to attend.… Continue reading

I’m proud to announce the birth of my first…book

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Ok, frankly there aren’t many similarities between writing a book (or a chapter of one, as I did) and having a baby, but from what I can tell, both are hard work and… Continue reading

Palo Alto Medical Foundation launches linkAges to encourage the tech community to focus on seniors

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There’s nothing I like better than a good play on words, and I kick myself for not having come up with the senior- and tech-sounding ‘linkAges‘ (though I’d have probably capitalized the first… Continue reading

Spring is coming: 3 signs the aging market is poised for takeoff

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Spring is here, and Aging2.0 – myself and co-author Emily – just spent a busy but enjoyable week in Washington, DC, (although climate change finished off the cherry blossoms before we got there).… Continue reading

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