Are you on life's last lap and have yet to make a real difference? That's the angst of some boomers who came of age believing they would change the world, but then life got in the way. Now retiring from the jobs that derailed them from their dreams, they're hoping it's not too late to leave a legacy.
Lyndsay Green is a pioneering sociologist and researcher who has spent her career helping people use communications technologies for learning. Motivated by her aging parents and family, she has now turned her research skills and knowledge of new technologies to find out what the baby boom generation should be doing to ensure they have a successful old age. Lyndsay’s first general interest publication was Babies Aboard, which tells the story of sailing with her young daughters. The book encourages sailing parents to keep their boat even after a baby arrives, and provides advice on staying safe and having fun. The book was published in 1990 and the Customer Reviews on Amazon.com gives this twenty-year old book 4 stars out of 5. Lyndsay has been writing about social issues for decades, most often on topics linked to her work with learning technologies.
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