And now a feel good story–http://cyberseniorsdocumentary.com/

I hope someday this blog will turn into an endless string of these.

This week I saw one story in Oregon where a man planned on painting a senior’s home that had become decrepit, put the plan on his Facebook and thousands turned to support him, help paint an and pay for supplies!

Today, Kris Hood (thanks Kris) had on her Facebook the following story and a must watch video:

http://cyberseniorsdocumentary.com/

These are seniors learning FaceBook to communicate with their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.  How wonderful is that?

Take a couple of minutes and look at this amazing video trailer of teens teaching seniors who have never used a computer how to write and read email and access Facebook and Youtube where a world of information awaits them.

All good news, all feel good.

We need to stop asking “what’s in it for me” but rather “how can I save the world, one day at a time?”

JoAnne

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