Monthly Archives: May 2013

Anti-aging? Yes, We Have No Bananas.

On a whimsical note, I can’t get enough of those top ten lists of foods we should eat to jump start our personal anti-aging campaign. Maybe given global aging population trend reports, there could be some great investment opportunities to … Continue reading

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Aging: Crunch the Numbers & Live for Today

Lately my mind has been on two tracks of thinking regards the promise of longevity. Track 1, processing the regurgitation of aging demographic statistics and what the effect will be on things like the macro-economy by 2030; while picturing nearer … Continue reading

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Hyper Your Longevity: A Tweet Lives On

When I first heard about Twitter’s LIVESON, it seemed such an obvious next step marketing adventure in the social media revolution – “Your Social Afterlife”. How much better an offer can this be for the promise of longevity? “Your account … Continue reading

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Longevity: Long Haul on Auto-Pilot?

Let’s not toss up demographic statistics of an aging population for now. As often as you use the numbers and %’s, the story is true enough; around most of the planet we have declining birth rates and a higher life … Continue reading

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