Monthly Archives: July 2015

Summer Shorts 18: Later Life & the drive to Drive.

In 1972, I spent a month with my 75-year old grandfather in England. It was to say the least, an adventuresome and swerving journey as he drove me round the hedge-lined roads of Devon. He was a relatively good driver, … Continue reading

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Summer Shorts 17: Aging, the White House Case File.

How is it that when we often talk about aging, we tend to sound like people in self-doctoring mode, looking for a remedy, or a program, a fix? As if the aging process was an unexpected phenomenon. No the phenomenon … Continue reading

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Summer Shorts 16: Longevity & the Robo-Care Lift Off.

One of the dangerous things for me in the process of doing research over the summer is that I can get lost in the wonder of discovery . . .  and then wonder becomes a wander . . . But … Continue reading

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Summer Shorts 15: Graffiti Art, an ageless endeavour.

First of #’s 15-18 in the 4th season of Summer Shorts, some jaunty posts for July. How is it that some media stories prompt us to think that we should be somewhat amused or even amazed that a “senior” of … Continue reading

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