Monthly Archive: May, 2012

Advanced Style on TV

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TV coverage of Ari Seth Cohen’s Advanced Style blog and book, featuring fabulous, stylish older (some much older, like the 100-year old pilates goer) adults. Congrats! Would like to have Ari join one… Continue reading

Battleship and the Fight Against Ageism

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If there’s one place that Americans seem to honor their elders it’s in the military. The veterans of this country may not get all the respect they deserve all the time, but there… Continue reading

Remember old-fashioned values? A post in defense of Family Ribbon

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This is a guest post by Katy Fike from Innovate50.  Katy can be reached at @innovate50 and info@innovate50.com.  As a PhD gerontologist, innovation consultant and tech blogger, I have been thrilled to see… Continue reading

Innovative Cities: Louisville, KY

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I visited Louisville, KY last week for a short trip to meet some of the many innovators there who are focused on aging. Aging and long term care is one of the key… Continue reading

Announcing next Meetup and Summer Cocktail Party: May 30 @ The Hallmark

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Updated (5/15): new registration process. Updated (5/9): additional speaker, new start time.  We’re pleased to announce our next event on the Aging2.0 NYC roster – the Aging2.0 NYC Meetup, together with our inaugural… Continue reading

Three Steps for Companies Looking to Reach the Senior Market

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This is a guest post by Eduardo Quiroga, a public relations intern at Spector & Associates, and is cross-posted from their blog. If you want to contribute a post to Aging2.0, go here.  ___________________________________________________… Continue reading

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