In the digital age, society has lost the art of penmanship. But good handwriting is impressive in the workplace and a great way to increase…

7 Ways to Improve Your Handwriting Today

So mad my gdkids school dropped cursive. In the digital age, society has lost the art of penmanship. But good handwriting is impressive in the workplace and a great way to increase…

Older models are the latest fashion trend, thanks to social media and an ageing society.

The 69-year-old still working the catwalk

Older models are the latest fashion trend, thanks to social media and an ageing society.

Handsome photograph, in NYC, of Gilded Age Society member, Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, c.1915. The same year he perished, when he boarded the Lusitania, that was torpedoed by a German U-boat in c.1915. ~ {cwl}

New York City: Handsome photograph of Gilded Age Society member, Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, circa He perished the same year when he boarded the Lusitania, that was torpedoed by a German U-boat

Older models are the latest fashion trend, thanks to social media and an ageing society.

The 69-year-old still working the catwalk

Older models are the latest fashion trend, thanks to social media and an ageing society.

In the digital age, society has lost the art of penmanship. But good handwriting is impressive in the workplace and a great way to increase…

7 Ways to Improve Your Handwriting Today

In the digital age, beautiful penmanship has become a lost art. Recover that art and improve your handwriting with these seven simple tips.

It's probably because society constructed this fake idea of women taking care of their men and so men never have to learn how to be responsible or take care of themselves. (The average age a guy matures is 40, btw.)

It's probably because society constructed this fake idea of women taking care of their men and so men never have to learn how to be responsible or take care of themselves. (The average age a guy matures is 40, btw.)

UK woefully underprepared for ageing society, say peers - BBC website, March 13

UK 'not ready for ageing society'

The UK is "woefully underprepared" for the social and economic challenges presented by an ageing society, a Lords committee warns.

Pictish stones are monumental stelae found in Scotland, mostly north of the Clyde-Forth line.   The ancestors of modern Scottish people left behind mysterious, carved stones that new research has just determined contain the written language of the Picts, an Iron Age society that existed in Scotland from 300 to 843.

Pictish stones with 35 symbols, Replica of the Class II Hilton of Cadboll Stone at the original location - The Eassie Stone depicts ancient ceremonies and rituals.

How Internet of Things will help us care for an ageing society | Fujitsu CTO Dr Joseph Reger on how the company's IoT initiatives will help solve the global problem of an aging society. Buying advice from the leading technology site

How Internet of Things will help us care for an ageing society

Fujitsu CTO Dr Joseph Reger on how the company's IoT initiatives will help solve the global problem of an aging society.

Government officials are not the only ones trying to replace the traditional matchmakers that many young people in #Korea consider increasingly old-fashioned. Corporations, fearing critical shortages of workers in an aging society, have begun ending informal bans against office romances, with some now paying for dating services for their workers.

Mom Wants You Married? So Does the State

In South Korea, the government is playing a bigger role in matchmaking amid plunging birthrates and changing expectations over matrimony.

Debutantes and their Pierrot costumned partners, at the James Hazen Hyde Ball. One of the last Grand Balls of Gilded Age society c.1905.

HIGH SOCIETY: Debutantes and their Pierrot costumned partners, at the James Hazen Hyde Ball. One of the last Grand Balls of Gilded Age society

"It's simple math," is the refrain often uttered by those seeking to explain why cutting, not expanding, Social Security is the choice to make. A variation of that phrase, "arithmetical realities of an aging society," appeared in Fred Hiatt's recent opinion piece ("Never-Compromise Wins Again," Washington Post, 3/23/15). The math is simple, but Mr. Hiatt gets it wrong.

The Wrong Math

"It's simple math," is the refrain often uttered by those seeking to explain why cutting, not expanding, Social Security is the choice to make.

Bold steps: Japan’s remedy for a rapidly aging society - The Globe and Mail

Bold steps: Japan’s remedy for a rapidly aging society

Japan is old – and getting older. How it tackles this demographic challenge may serve as a lesson for other aging countries

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