Monthly Archives: July 2016

Summer Shorts 23 – A Story of Longevity, Chunky Old Trees.

With summer in hot thrust, the trees are full green. I grew up by a wood where in summer, tall trees swayed all day and night; and I always wondered what a story they could tell through the hissing of … Continue reading

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Summer Shorts 22 – Toronto. A Global Centre for Ageing & Longevity?

If you can’t do it, what’s the next best thing to attending a conference half way around the world from Toronto? Why a video clip of course! The International Federation on Ageing (IFA) held its 13th global conference in Brisbane … Continue reading

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Summer Shorts 21 – Career & Your 100-Year Life?

Lynda Gratton has done it again! Her latest book “The 100-Year Life” is a well-constructed narrative that in a major way re-frames the concept of career within the context of an age of longevity. So much of what she and … Continue reading

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Summer Shorts 20 – Do Futurists Live Longer?

Starting another hot summer with the 5th season of “Summer Shorts” – snappy blog musings, stories, info-bytes or fly on the wall observations on the subject of longevity and matters related to the 21st century shift in aging demographics. _______________________________ … Continue reading

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