As the season changes over to fall, the Blogging Boomers are looking at both personal and company responsibility. How much is too much information sharing, what can we do in the climate change crisis, and why was Match tricking people into thinking that others were interested? The question is should we be more responsible?
Reading a book about the Dust Bowl of the Great Depression got Tom at Sightings Over Sixty thinking about whether today we’re headed in the same direction, except on a larger scale. Take a look at What’s Our Responsibility to see if you agree that there’s any comparison. Did the Dust Bowl give us a warning sign? Is there anything we can do to avoid climate change and global warming?
Like most things, Facebook isn’t what it once was or maybe even what it seems. Its continuing efforts to control what we see on our feed is disturbing. In Is Facebook Dangerous, Carol of A Healing Spirit shares her concerns.
On The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide, Rita R. Robison, consumer and personal finance journalist, writes about charges by a federal agency that Match.com used fake love interest ads to trick hundreds of thousands of consumers into buying subscriptions. The Federal Trade Commission also alleges Match.com made it difficult for users to cancel their subscriptions.
For Laurie Stone of Musings, Rants & Scribbles, it hurts not having a cat. She’s had felines all her life and loves everything (well, almost everything) about them. She loves their soft fur. She loves the way they undulate while walking on their toes. She loves their need for cuddling. Her cat Rocky died three months ago and she’s still grieving. So why not just get another? Here are six reasons that hold her back.
And just because we all need fun, Rebecca Olkowski with BabyBoomster.com has updated her October Events Page for Los Angeles. If you happen to be visiting around Halloween, you may want to mingle with some of the ghosts and goblins who will be busy haunting the city of Angels. If not, please share this information with any friends who will be in the area and want to have some ghoulish fun.
I hope you found something to interest you this time around. And if you’re wondering what more you can do, then take responsibility for your own education in What Do You Want to Learn?