Monthly Archives: February 2017

A Father of the Ageless Kind.

Ninety-two years ago today, my father was born in Exeter, Devon, England. He came to Canada, in the summer of 1947 after an honorable discharge from his army regiment, the Coldstream Guards that May. Thinking of him today, I dug … Continue reading

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Design Process for Aging in Place, a sneak peek.

Stanford Center on Longevity announced the nine finalists in their 4th annual Design Challenge contest at the end of January under the theme “Innovating Aging in Place”. As usual I researched as best I could and for fun, voted for … Continue reading

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Aging & Longevity & a Phantasmagorical Landscape of Innovation, Part 2

When it comes to technology innovations in a market that addresses the global aging and longevity narrative, one of the first topic areas the mind usually leads to is health care, which in itself is a broad territory; and within … Continue reading

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Aging & Longevity & a Phantasmagorical Landscape of Innovation, Part 1

As a diligent follower of trends in technology developments that are inserting into the global aging narrative, I permit myself to be fascinated, not only because of the potential business opportunities but also because this market area has encouraged creativity … Continue reading

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