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What boomers are up to on July Fourth

Meryl Baer, blogging at Six Decades and Counting, admits that she’s not a very good house cleaner. In fact, she says, she could probably win a prize for worst house cleaner. Baer offers a short story illustrates this fact: Her three-year-old son – this true event occurred decades ago –... Read more →

Baby boomer bloggers write about setting priorities

Tom Sightings of Sightings From Sixty is the host for this week’s Best of Boomer Blogs #451. The theme for boomer blogging this week seems to center on how to spend your time in retirement, how to focus your energies, and how to prioritize your activities, Sightings says. More specifically,... Read more →

Baby boomer bloggers write about what’s up with older adults

I’m the host for this week’s Best of Boomer Blogs #404. As an older adult, I’ve been discriminated against – many times. How about you? On my blog, Brendan Hare, author of “From Working to Wisdom: The Adventures and Dreams of Older Americans,” writes that ageism stands as one of... Read more →

Webcam owners: Change default logins so hackers can’t spy on you and take over your camera

Do you have an unsecured wireless network or “IP” camera that sends out live feeds? These cameras – which millions of Americans use to remotely monitor their homes, offices, businesses, pets, and loved ones – are often shipped to consumers with default user names and passwords that are publicly available.... Read more →