Thursday, March 22, 2007

Keeping Pace in Cyberspace

patrickWeb: "ThirdAgers are generally between the age of forty-five and sixty-four. The heart of the group is made up of those who Mary Furlong, founder of ThirdAge Media, described as being in their “transitional fifties”.

Some are going through job changes or a divorce. Others have aging parents, health issues, or are experiencing the birth of grandchildren.
These are all issues which change lives and create a desire to join a support group, go to a class or pick up a hobby. Where I live in Connecticut, people go to Founders Hall to spend a day with friends and just 'hang out'."