Adam Gopnick

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Can we live longer but stay younger?

Adam Gopnick per il New York Times, in seguito pubblicato su The New Yorker. Aging, like bankruptcy in Hemingway’s description, happens two ways, slowly and then all at once. The slow way is the familiar one: decades pass...

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Age-Forward Cities for 2030: The Big Challenge What some metros are doing and what so many more could do

By Richard Eisenberg Money & Work Editor October 23, 2019 By 2030, roughly three of every five people on the planet will live in cities....

Ageism in advertising: serve my interest, not your lazy profiles

We’re the generation who invented rave culture, but advertising thinks we’re cholesterol-riddle harpies who can eat only soft food. Vicky Maguire per Campaign – CEO...

Sei un over 55? Il marketing se ne frega di te

Domanda seria: qual è l’ultima volta che avete visto un over 55 anni in uno spot decente? Il mondo della pubblicità per gli anziani paventa un...

La differenza tra cavalcare l’onda e aspettare che ci travolga.

A settembre dell’anno scorso il Governo Britannico ha delineato le linee strategiche della politica industriale del paese, articolandole su 4 grandi sfide: intelligenza artificiale e big data;crescita...

Longevity And Retirement: 8 Great Habits To Rock Life As You Age

by Roger Whitney ContributorRetirement - Forbes 25 Oct. 2019 You are your habits. Every single one of us has habits that impact our lives, but they’re...