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I come here on Wednesday morning and I learn how to switch onto the computer.also to search for different things also how to send an email and then how to check for a reply.
How to check my email:
Click on Compose.
Then write in the email address in To.
Add a Subject, for example ‘Check the weather’ or if you are going out ‘Here are the directions’
Write your message and don’t forget to put your name!
The Age of No Retirement is a movement for intergenerational action and new opportunities for citizens, workers, businesses and communities of all ages – working together to challenge the narrative of division and difference and create a new age of unity and hope where our age, younger or older, does not matter.
Our goal is simple. To create a world where our age does not define us. Shattering age related barriers and ageist stereotypes. Creating an age inclusive future.
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The 50+ IT drop-in is closed.
We will open again when we have found a way to pay the £100 per week room hire cost. So the drop-in blog is also suspended until we have something to blog about.
We are oldies, talking about what we know, what we have seen, what we have done – real experiences and real stories. We record our conversation, then we put a shorter, edited version on the Internet – every week.
We make podcasts because we think older people in this area have unique insights about the world changing around us – and there is no point keeping it to ourselves.
We talk – other people listen and take notice. It’s fun, very effective, and we would like you to join us. You don’t need any technical skills to make your voice heard.
We don’t use expensive professional equipment or a sound studio. This is open-mic recording in a public space, so sound quality is sometimes rough. Our resources are minimal, but we do it all ourselves — oldies own the process — since 2010.
Keep scrolling down! The most recent published episodes are below (and there are usually 3 or 4 in post-production, waiting to be published).