Thought Police: Losing Freedom of Speech
Political Senior Stories Technology

Thought Police: Losing Freedom of Speech

I got to Japan ten years after World War II ended. It was when an armistice between the United Nations and North Korea had stopped fighting in the Korean Police Action. The Cold War was in its infancy and I was an intelligence analyst in the old Army Security Agency in what was then known…

Dinosaur Learning to Use Computer
Senior Stories Technology

10 Signs You’re a “Dinosaur” in a High-Tech World

“From a distant era” is a phrase used to describe a dinosaur. You may be one; if these signs fit you to a T! Senior Employment: Dinosaur for Hire 1. You have no clue what “hashtag” means or how to use it You see the word everywhere and ask a friend about it. After the initial…

seniors too many devices
Senior Stories Technology

Too Many Devices: A Problem for Seniors

We live in a marvelous age! We’re surrounded by “devices”. That’s the generic term for computers, smartphones, and numerous other little boxes that influence our actions. We have too many devices and that’s a problem for seniors. The gadgets influence and even direct our actions. It seems as though they are the masters when we…

Googled, World Wide Web of Lies

Googled: The World Wide Web of Lies

Have you Googled yourself lately? You should try it. You might be surprised what the big search engine has on you. I have done it and have been surprised to find out that I write books about Richard Nixon. Apparently, I’m a jazz musician in New England and a founder of banks in Detroit and…

true technological marvel paper tickets
Senior Stories Technology Travel

True Technological Marvel: Paper Tickets

Gather ’round, young’uns, and soak up some old world wisdom about a true technological marvel… Some time back, my commuter line launched the miraculous electronic ticket. But that’s not the tech I mean. I’d held off on adopting the new baby for a few reasons. A biggie being the dreaded phone battery gone dead blues….


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