Wow, Positive news for the ancient ones
I am so tired of reading about all of the trama and dispair that retired folks are getting into and this is a fresh, positive look at the subject.
In short, the AgeLab is working on a future where older citizens not just add years to their life but add life to their years. And it's a life that will include fun, purpose, health, wealth and -- not surprisingly -- technology. "We see that it will be a great time to grow old," said Coughlin, who last week released, along with The Hartford, research about retirement rationalizations.
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Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog, it's too dark to read. Groucho Marx
In dire need of: faster horses, younger woman, older whiskey, more money.