It’s virtually impossible to get along in life these days without the internet. But it’s easy to forget how recent a development it really is.
Millions of people around the world are tapping into the Internet and technology to climb higher into their family trees. With billions of ancestry records now available online, see how people are unlocking mysteries about their families.
Col. Joe Kittinger has a passion for teaching children and for sharing his passion in aviation, engineering, lifelong learning and the U.S.A. With our help, Colonel Kittinger is finding that live video chats can instantly take him into any classroom.
Feeling nostalgic? The Original Pop Art Diva, Terri Dennis, has your fix. Her cool Web site has color, fun and art you won’t see anywhere else.
Celebrities are always in the news, but who cares, right? Wrong. Author and personal finance expert Caroline Waxler’s Web site Mainstreet.com uses celebrities’ mistakes to help others with their financial woes.
They are all smokin’ hot in every way. Smart, ambitious, and caring — it’s a sisterhood unlike any other. Growing Bolder just had to stop by the Girlfriends Getaway in Daytona Beach, Florida, to meet these baby boomer divas.
Meg Gaffney surprised doctors and friends by rejecting chemotherapy, dropping out of radiation therapy after one treatment, and opting for a bilateral mastectomy. As a nurse and a patient, Meg is her own advocate, even moments before surgery.
This folk music legend became an Internet sensation on YouTube! with his hilarious song about baby boomers. Now, in his 60s, Tom Rush has finally hit the big time.
Deron Beal used other people’s junk to start his own treasure of an online company – Freecycle – that now has over 4.2 million users.
Remember when you used to give Santa Claus your Christmas list by sitting on his lap? Not anymore. These days, you send him a message on his laptop. Yes, even Santa has gone cyber!