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Here are the latest posts about Seniors on The Write News:

World's Oldest Blogger Has Died
Olive Riley, the world's oldest blogger, has died at the age of 108. (July 14, 2008)

Olive Riley Is Blogging at Age 107
ABC Western Queensland has a great story about 107-year-old Olive Riley who is the world's oldest blogger. (April 3, 2007)

Social Network For Seniors Raises $22 Million
Eons, a social network that has Jane Seymour as an advisor and it is targeted at the 50+ crowd, has raised $22 million in financing. (March 6, 2007)

Eons Offers Social Networking to Boomers
A new social network called Eons is targeting the over 50 demographic. (August 3, 2006)

Sunrise Senior Living Launches Sunrise Magazine
Sunrise Senior Living has launched Sunrise magazine. (April 7, 2006)

Study: Only 20% of Men Working Past 65
The Seattle Times reports on a new study that indicates many men are not working past the 65-year retirement age. (March 13, 2006)

Some Boomers Planning Second Careers Instead of Retirement
The Washington Times has an article that says many boomers are not planning for the old-fashioned idea of retirement. (December 26, 2005)

Will Grandma Blog Your Holiday Visit?
Media coverage of senior blogs is the new rage. (November 17, 2005)

Legacy Blogging: Preserving Life's Treasures
The Third Age blog has a great post about legacy blogging. (November 13, 2005)

3% of Online Seniors Blog
The Pew Internet & American Life Project says that 3% of online seniors are blogging and that 17% have read a blog. (November 6, 2005)

GeezerJock Magazine to Cover Senior Athletics
GeezerJock Media LLC announced that it is launching GeezerJock magazine, a Masters sports and fitness publication that will cover the broad spectrum of serious senior athletics for people 40-and-over. (January 14, 2005)