Have you visited these 100 blogs, named best of the best on the web? Compiled by G34Media.com, they include, among others, blogs about food, travel, humor, social media, finance, celebrities, hobbies, fun, and – in the category of love/sex/dating/rela…Continue Reading
Take time today to call (that’s right telephone) Congressional Offices and tell them that this iteration of SOPA will encourage all sorts of censorship — and it’s wrong! Call the US Capitol operators and ask for your representatives…Continue Reading
This is it folks! Over the next couple days we will be transitioning to the new ChangingAging Blogstream website. What does that mean?
For the average reader, not much. Same URL so no need to update bookmarks. Same great pro-aging content, just more of it.Continue Reading
Seniors for Living updated their already impressive Top 100 Senior and Boomer Blogs and Websites list by breaking it down into categories and descriptions. ChangingAging comes in at number 25 under the heading: Rocking the Boat Consult these senior-focused culture change connoisseurs for thought-provoking discussions and inspiring initiatives I’m combing through the list for new […]Continue Reading
Master The Conversation Wow. NPR is “sponsoring” local political bloggers around the country to bolster online political reporting. They even flew a bunch of blog talent to NPR’s D.C. headquarters for a blog workshop. Azi Paybarah of the New York politics blog The Empire shared the spoils of this workshop: Paybarah explains: My favorite part […]Continue Reading
Hey ChangingAging readers, your nominations put us in the top 50 Boomer Blogs. What I love is that when we started ChangingAging.org there wasn’t even such a thing as Boomer Blogs, and now we’re in the top 50! Thanks to Madison at www.onlineschools.org for building the list: “Congratulations! Madison here, and your blog, Changing Aging, […]Continue Reading
As editor of ChangingAging.org, I’ve been helping Bill harness the power of social media and the web to spread the message that there are positive alternatives to the declinist, anti-aging paradigms that dominate our society. Starting today, I’d like to share some of our social media techniques and strategies in a regular weekly blog post. […]Continue Reading