AgeNotes.Com, launched July 1, 2007, is a weblog dedicated to discussion of all things related to the aging process. It's a fascinating topic, more and more occupying the attention of tens of millions of baby boomers who are redefining what it means to grow older.
Hello, I'm Robert Knechtel. While I could treat AgeNotes.Com as simply a personal blog as I move ahead in my own aging process, I would prefer that it not operate in such a limited way. Years ago, I launched Go60.Com, a site advocating the elimination of aging stereotypes. Americans seem especially youth obsessed which isn't exactly in keeping with the realities of current demographics. Those of us who feel still vital and very much alive know that the lights are not going out as society would seem to have it.
Of necessity, this topic is wide ranging and can maneuver in many directions. As I have suggested, I don't want to place restraints on where discussions lead. I ask that you exercise good taste in leaving any comments and not use this blog as a platform to make personal attacks on other participants.
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Let's see if we can make some headway in taming this beast called aging.No tag for this post.