A new year. A new decade. There is nothing new.
But here’s my prediction: it will Year of technology.
Keep the minds of older adults at the top, AARP CEO urges tech industry
More than 50 million Americans spent $ 140 billion on technology in 2018, AARP reports
Okay, Boomers: CES 2020 was more about you than ever before
By January 15, 2020
Kevin C. Tofel
As always, any ‘technology’ for baby boomers is medical technology. I wrote about the stupidity and shortsightedness of this ad:
13 December 2017
We are always sick.
Whatever the product or service, we are always sick when Mad Ave tries to ‘reach’ us. Or some terrible mistake. (Sorry commercial missing. It probably died of an illness.)
15 October 2015
Baby boomers are not wearable
Never leave the hospital! Health technology wearable, implanted chips
By Chuck Niren
My problem is I am worried that the medical industry might want me to worry too much about my health. A little thought is good. But constantly thinking? It seems like they want me to think no more but the rest of the important signs of my life.
Finally, with the wearables, live the life you’ve always wanted!
By Chuck Niren
পাশাপাশি In addition to Google Glass, you will also wear Google Nose and Google Mouth.
10 April 2013
AARP is all new Redux: Part IV
(Entrepreneur, VC and Health Technology)
There are dozens more posts. I will set you free.
What (almost) nobody talks about: technology for the elderly that has nothing to do with getting sick (is there a product?), All the technology products that are marketed to everyone – but because of the fonts and buttons and software design and almost everything else , These offers can be difficult to use.
Back to the beginning – Pool quotes from my 2005 book:
“It simply came to our notice then. There is a simple reason for this. We have money to buy these things. Experts say we will have money for at least the next twenty years. Write to us at your own peril. “
I’ll leave you with this …
Everyone is picking their favorite no matter what the last decade. Here are my favorite videos from the last decade: