If you have access to the Internet, you can find online resources for learning computer and iPad skills – including some great how-to videos.
Author: Tara Struyk
The National Council on Aging has just launched JobSource, an online jobs resource designed especially for seniors.
Whether you’re an armchair traveler or like to absorb facts about distant places through visuals, the award-winning app Fotopedia will take you there.
Memrise isn’t the most sophisticated site for language lessons, but it makes the hard work of learning new vocabulary truly enjoyable. And it’s free.
This app was developed by neurocognitive learning specialist Dr. Donalee Marcus to provide a full workout for your brain. Have fun!
If you’ve ever wanted to learn piano – or just knock out a tune honky-tonk style – try this iPad app. It’s one of our favorites.
On Twitter, you can mix with people from around the world and add your two cents – or 140 characters – to the discussion.
One in three seniors has a fall each year. This this iPad app’s fall prevention program could help keep you upright.
Want to treat your daughter to concert tickets? Your man to a massage? Your sister to a bottle of wine? If you can think of it, you can gift it – right now – with this web and iPad application.
A new iPad app allows you step back in time and see what the earth – or even New York City – looked like millions and billions of years ago.
This new web, tablet and phone app makes it easy as pie to share photos among your peeps – right to your screensaver.
It’s always flu season for computers. From scareware to crapware and malware, 13 percent of home computers get infected. Here’s how to avoid yours being one of them.
Cyber Monday means great online deals for consumers – but cyber crooks may be taking advantage, too. Check these essential dos and don’ts can help keep your personal info safe.