Thursday, August 02, 2007

Senior Blogs: An Easy Way to Find Them

Paul, of The Elders Tribune, has just introduced a new "Planet Elders" feature that makes it easy to discover blogs by and for seniors. He welcomes suggestions for new blogs to include, so recommend your favorites--or you own.

See the The Elders Tribune at http://elderstribune.com/. Click on "Planet" at the top of the page to find the list.

Happy reading!

Update:

Unfortunately, The Elders Tribune and its News Aggregator are gone. The founder got a new job and moved overseas; he left the site up for while, but now it seems to be gone. I was sorry to see it go.


For now, the best listing of Senior Blogs I'm aware of can be found in the Elderblogger Blogroll on the left side of Ronni Bennett's "Time Goes By" at http://www.timegoesby.net/.

9 comments:

Paul @ Elders Tribune said...

Hi Marlys, just found your post from the Planet. This post is right at the top this morning. Thanks for promoting this feature.

seniorwriter said...

You're welcome. I think the list is a valuable addition to your site.
Marlys

donald30 said...

Thanks for the list, useful, informative. Good help for us old guys.

Anonymous said...

The link did not work for me? Along the lines of good senior blogs, this one is great:
seniorcitizenhumor.blogspot.com/

And a site that can help those of us with fixed incomes fight inflation:

www.AmericansForJobsAndEnergy.org


I am surprised more seniors do not have blogs. Maybe it's the whole technology thing? I am always surfing!
Cheers
Dave

seniorwriter said...

You're right. I was sorry to see that link disappear, and just added an update to this older post. Right now, the best list of Elderblogs I know of is Ronni Bennett's blogroll on her blog www.timegoesby.net.

seniorwriter said...

By the way, Dave, there are a lot of senior blogs out there. More seniors are finally getting the idea.

Leon said...

Silver Buzz Cafe has a good variety of detailed articles for seniors and caregivers.
http://silverbuzzcafe.com.

Dom said...

With 10,000+ people turning 60 years old in the US every day, that could become a real issue...
assisted living

Alexandra said...

OMG!! I just heard that over 100,000 Johnson and Johnson hip replacements were being recalled! This makes me so nervous--so many people I know have had hip replacements. Luckily I found a website that was extremely helpful:

www.recalledhip.com