Playing with Photoshop Online Tools Photoshop has been on my mind for a lot of years, but I've never invested in the time or the money to learn this application. However, after reading in "Learning a New Skill Works Best to Keep the Brain Sharp" … [Read more...] about Playing with Photoshop
Too many apps? Too many choices? Too many suggestions? How many times have you seen articles that feature "Top 20 Apps to Organize Your Life"? Or, "Fifty Tricks & Tips for the iPhone"? I don't know about you, but these articles make me feel as … [Read more...] about Three of My Favorite Digital Tools
Here are three books that I read recently that you might like. None of them have anything directly to do with technology but they all have a lot to do with adventures! I hope you enjoy them as much as I did. Eat-Move-Sleep, How Small Choices Lead … [Read more...] about Must Reads for Boomers
What is that saying about old dogs and new tricks? When I heard my phone buzz early on a recent Saturday morning, , I thought, “Have I created a monster?” No monster, just my 87-year-old mother wanting to say hello via FaceTime. She was video … [Read more...] about Never Too Late
Do you use Google Drive? Instagram? Facebook? Do you know how to record voice messages to your smart phone? Can you make a short movie to send to your children or family? Do any of these matter to you? What do you use your technology for? Do … [Read more...] about What Does It Mean To Be a Tech-Savvy Baby Boomer?
What’s next? Thirteen years teaching high school and middle school students in New York and Colorado; 25 years as a college professor in Maine; four years since retirement (we call if “refocusing” at our house) and still working with students, … [Read more...] about Seventh Inning Stretch Almost Over