Today marks the 4th anniversary of Change Rangers weekly blog! “Envision the promise of longevity” is my opening tag line, which is in effect more of a reverse way of posing a question. What is the promise an extended lifetime in an era where it is better than it was say 100 years ago? No
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Today marks the 3rd anniversary of the weekly Change Rangers Blog. Pop a cork! While some have asked “have you reached ‘Blog Guru’ status?”, that’s not what it’s about. Blogs are about generating ideas and conversation. When I first entertained blogging as an activity in 2001, (in a previous rendition of a web site) the
Maybe this evolution series is part of a “Kalache Effect”. It’s been in my system for a month now, and no known cure for it. But that’s the measure of a great presentation. I got the sense from his Sheridan College SERC night on Sept.6th, that no matter how many times he might have delivered
On the cusp of reading the House of Lords Report from the UK, came the presentation by Alexandre Kalache at Sheridan College (as referenced in the Sept.10 blog post) and the question was the same; are we ready for ageing? Well I guess that depends on who you ask and how you ask it. On
Ready for ageing? The House of Lords Report looks at this question with three audiences in mind – us the individual, the markets and governments. In that light naturally, this conversation gets wide sweeping attention, but in the well blocked 18 Annex sections of this UK report, it’s an easy to read practical discussion framework.
We are approaching Labour Day weekend in North America and you have to wonder at how the context for the word “labour” has changed since the eight hour day movement nearly 200 hundred years ago. What a formula. Can you imagine what it was like before then? Fast forward to 2013 and here we are