A PC Magazine article offers a list of what the magazine thinks are the 10 best sites for baby boomers.
The sites are:
- BoomerTowne.com. A social network, with information and access to resources, to help connect Boomers who have similar interests, demands, and lifestyles.
- I Remember JFK. A blog dedicated to the reflections and life of the boomer generation.
- TeeBeeDee. Short for to be determined, a social network that focuses on helping mid-lifers feel like they can grow by sharing experiences and information with each other.
- BoomerGirl. A place for boomer women to find news, information, and community, including clubs such as The Single Files, D.I.V.O.R.C.E., Menopause Mixer, Bob Dylan said, and The Body Politic.
- AARP.org (beta). The online version of the AARP Magazine, divided into categories of Health, Money, Leisure, Make a Difference, Family, and Online Community.
- Retired Brains. A job search engine for older boomers, seniors, retirees, and those about to retire, with options to choose a Career Channel (construction, education, PR, and others), research that industry, search the job openings, and build a portfolio.
- BOOMj. A lifestyle and social network for baby boomers and generation Jones that includes articles on health, travel, finance, decorating, cooking, and using technology.
- Boomer411. A news-aggregating site is like Digg for the older set, where you can bookmark and share favorite content, as well as submit content to be voted on by other users.
- eons. An online community where boomers can set up profiles, join groups, share photos and videos, and play brain games.
- Retirement Living TV. The online version of the Retirement Living TV channel, with health tips, discussion boards, and a video library that features bargain retirement places, interviews with famous boomers, and digital life stories.
Let me know if you’re a regular on any of these sites, other boomer sites, or if you sign up for one. I think I’ll try one, maybe BoomerTowne.com.
Tomorrow on The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide: Web sites to empower boomer consumers.